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Massachusetts 
Legislative Research Bureau 



INDEX 



of 



SPECIAL REPORTS AUTHORIZED BY THE GENERAL 

COURT 

1900 - 1988 

(SIXTH EDITION) 

SEPTEMBER 1989 




Daniel J. Foley, Director 

30 Winter St. • 11th Floor • Boston, MA 02108 
617 722-2345 



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University of 
Massachusetts 

UMASS, Amherst 

Library 




ilenbers of Council 



Sen. Arthur J. Lewis. Jr. of Suffolk. Chairnan 

ien. Uiiliaa 0. HacLean. Jr. of Bristol 

Sen. Peter C. UeOber of Berkshire 

Reo. Francis G. tiara of Broclcton. House Chairman 

^eo. Jaaes T. Bret: of Boston, Vice Chairman 

Sec, willian J. Fivnn of Hanover 

Reo. uiiliaa P. Nagle, Jr. of NorthanDton 

'eo. Charles N. Oecas of Uarehai 

ieo. i^evin Poirier of North Attleboro 

ReD. Robert L. Howartn of Soringfielo 



QII;r Ol mnmm migailli at iWaggariinmettg 

LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH COUNCIL 
LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH BUREAU 

30 WiNTEH Street, 11th Fix)or 
Boston, MA 02108 
Telephones: (617) 722-2345 
722-2028 



September 13, 1989 



Legislative Research Bureau 
Daniel I. Foley, Director 
Robert D. Webb, Assittata Director 



To the Members of the General Court 



In 1957, the Legislative Research Bureau, with the assistance o£ staff at 
the State Library, prepared the first edition of this Index; In that document 
were listed nearly all the reports of standing committees, special commissions or 
executive agencies, which resulted from study directives or requests from the 
General Court since 1900. 

Periodically, the Research Bureau has prepared new editions, reflecting 
the need to keep the Index as current as is feasible. Particularly, in this era 
of high technology, there is greater need, by both the public and private sectors, 
to be aware of the findings and recommendations of specialized study groups which 
have looked at most of our complex economic, social and environmental problems. 
This Index is the key that facilitates access to a wealth of information and data, 
much of which is still the grist of legislation yet to be written. 

We publish this Sixth Edition in a format that is easier to read and 
which incorporates hundreds of new entries since the last edition was published in 
1979. Our special thanks to Mary McLellan and Pamela Schofield at the State 
Library who reviewed this manuscript for possible omissions. My Administrative 
Assistant, Anne Dziak, designed the cover, and Theresa Conway, our chief secretary, 
is responsible for the final form of the entire document; her hours of patience and 
effort bear obvious fruit in the pages that follow. 

(sincerely yours , 

Daniel J. Fol^j^ Director 
Legislative R^earch B 




Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2010 with funding from 

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PREFACE TO SIXTH EDITION 

Historically, only standing legislative committees gathered information 
for the Legislature. They became firmly established by the end of the 18th 
Century, for a time making printed reports available at the same sessions as those 
at which bills were referred to them. Within a few decades, joint standing 
committees were in operation. 

Around the middle of the 19th Century the General Court began to 
authorize study commissions which included gubernatorial appointees as part of 
their membership. During this period, the Legislature requested departments and 
other agencies to make reports. These practices were well entrenched by the turn 
of the 20th Century. 

The resultant reports, which were printed as numbered legislative 
documents, are classified in the Index by subject. Specifically, the document 
includes most of the reports prepared by standing and special legislative commit- 
tees, recess or interim committees and commissions, all Research Council printed 
reports, as well as almost all special reports which the General Court directed 
state departments and other agencies to prepare. 

In addition to the above reports, citations of legislative documents of 
general interest that merit recognition are included, e.g., some Governors' 
Messages because of their particular value in presenting background information 
on legislative proposals; and important addresses of widespread interest, such 
as President Kennedy's "City Upon a Hill" speech. 

Guide to Index 

The Index is more of a "descriptive-word" listing than a "topical" 
index. To facilitate ready reference, free use has been made of standard and 
colloquial titles and phrases, the names of cities, towns and individuals, and 
the like. Numerous cross references have been inserted. 

The reports are listed alphabetically by subject and are identified by 
two sets of numbers, with rare exceptions - (1) two digits to show the session 
year of the General Court in which the report was printed, and (2) legislative 
document numbers preceded by the letters S or H to indicate Senate or House, 
respectively. Thus, 56 S 444 refers to the 1956 session and to Senate document 
444 of that year; and 33 H 336 to House document 336 of 1933. 

A few items could not be covered by this form of citation. They relate 
to reports which do not have legislative docimient numbers and hence can be identi- 
fied only by their titles and the years when they were published; in some cases, 
the Massachusetts State Library call numbers have been indicated to facilitate 
reference. 

All of the reports listed in the Index are available for reference 
purposes in the Massachusetts State Library. Many of the more recent documents 
are similarly available in the files of the Legislative Research Bureau. 



A WORD ABOUT 
THE RESEARCH BUREAU 



Created by statute in 1954, the RESEARCH Bureau has provided a wide 
variety o£ professional staff services over the past 34 years. As a mere 
seedling in 1955, with only two staff assistants, it quickly established its 
presence and value, responding to nearly 100 legislative requests of moderate or 
major scope. By the second year of operation it had completed the first ten 
recess reports; in succeeding years these studies became a trademark of the 
Bureau's capacity to file a definitive report on virtually any subject of 
legislation. 

But the RESEARCH Bureau is not an ivory tower operation; it moves 
about in the real world of everyday problems. Each week scores of telephone or 
written requests for information on literally every conceivable subject of 
legislation are received and acted upon. The RESEARCH Bureau is hooked into 
LEGISNET, a national database in Denver which stores thousands of research 
reports on current problems commanding legislative interest. The RESEARCH 
Bureau is also tied into WESTLAW which affords the staff access to all federal 
judicial decisions, the U.S. Code, the general statutes of most of the states, 
and a substantial body of law review publications. Most state legislatures have 
a staff agency similar to the RESEARCH Bureau and over the past 35 years, a 
warm and personal liaison has been established with these sister agencies. The 
result has been a more efficient and expeditious response to our inquiries on 
other state legislative approaches to common problems. 

The RESEARCH Bureau keeps abreast of the latest technology that will 
improve our ability to serve the General Court. Our Fax machine enables us to 
send and receive documents that are urgently needed for legislative use. Our 
Xerox machine is capable of high speed reproduction to meet occasional requests 
for copies of documents in large numbers. 

This is your RESEARCH Bureau; it is to your advantage to use it, 
knowing that by law it must serve you in a nonpartisan manner under the aegis of 
a bipartisan committee. 

Although no longer quartered in the State House, the RESEARCH Bureau 
is no further away than your telephone (Centrex 2-2345; all others 617-722- 
2345). 



INDEX OF SPECIAL REPORTS AUTHORIZED 
BY THE GENERAL COURT 1900-1988 



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ABANDONED VEHICLES 67 S 1239 

ABATEMENT OF TAXES 45 H 1800; 59 H 2565 
Excise Tax 59 H 2585 

ABERJONA RIVER 26 H 217; 26 H 238; 
57 H 3314;58 H 2943 

ABSENTEE VOTING (See VOTERS) 

ABUTTING PROPERTIES ON BOULEVARDS 

55 H 2373;60 H 2732 

ACCIDENTS 

Aviation 56 H 2456 

High Power Equipment 59 S 500 

Motor Vehicle 20 S 322; 22 S 285; 

25 S 285;56 H 2676 
Railroad 56 H 3223 

ACCIDENT AND HEALTH (See also 
INSURANCE - Group) 
Insurance 52 H 2140; 55 S 600; 
56 S 570;58 S 556;58 S 815; 
59 S 720 

ACCELERATED HIGHWAY PLAN (See HIGHWAYS) 

ACUSHNET RIVER 21 H 1204; 67 H 5371 

ADAMS 

Hoosac River 50 H 2237 
Recreational Facilities 56 H 2600 
Trade Schools 52 H 2520 

ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE, COMMISSION ON 
(See STATE GOVERNMENT) 

ADMINISTRATIVE COURTS (See COURTS) 

ADMINISTRATIVE RULES, REGULATIONS AND 
PROCEDURE 45 H 472 ;46 H 113; 
46 H 1921; 54 H 2766 
Administrative Court 81 H 6600 
Fiscal Impact 80 H 5954 
Local Government 73 H 6009 

ADOPTION (See also PUBLIC WELFARE) 

Laws 48 H 1763 



ADVERTISEMENTS, LEGAL 74 H 5341 

ADVERTISING PRACTICES, UNFAIR, FALSE 
AND BAIT 61 H 3060 

ADVERTISING, OUTDOOR (See OUTDOOR 
ADVERTISING) 

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

Minorities 77 S 1467 

AGE OF MAJORITY 71 S 1378; 72 H 6150 

AGED PERSONS (See also PUBLIC 

WELFARE; OLD AGE ASSISTANCE) 

Alzheimer's Disease 86 S 1791; 

87 S 1635 
Assistance to 70 H 5201 
Continuing Care Facilities 79 S 1846 
Crimes Against 81 H 6556; 84 H 5658 
Employment 35 H 216; 35 H 1875; 

57 H 3000; 62 S 635 
Flammable Clothing 73 S 1580; 

74 S 1624 
Health Care for Elderly 87 S 1948 
Home for, Fire Protection 54 H 2441; 

55 H 2898 
Housing 54 H 2961 
In Public Institutions 51 H 2747 
Needs of 59 H 2500; 60 H 2719; 

71 H 4934; 81 H 6556 
Pensions (See OLD AGE ASSISTANCE) 
Property Tax Burden 87 H 5149 
Recreation for 58 H 2753 
Reduced Fares 66 S 711 
Tax Exemption 60 H 2731 
Victimization 81 H 6556;84 H 5658 
Witnesses at Proceedings 84 H 5658 

AGENT ORANGE 

Vietnam Veterans 83 S 1824 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION (See EDUCATION) 

AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRY (See INDUSTRY- 
AGRICULTURAL AND DAIRY) 

AGRICULTURAL LAND 58 S 680 

Assessment of 70 H 5107; 73 S 1971 
Preservation 76 H 5339 



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AGRICULTURE, DEPARIMENT OF (See STATE 
GOVERNMENT-DEPARTMENTS ) 

AID TO DEPENDENT CHILDREN (See 

CHILDREN-DEPENDENT: PUBLIC 
WELFARE) 

AID - OTHER (See STATE AID) 

AIR POLLUTION (See also SMOKE ABATE- 
MENT) 
General 67 H 5409; 70 H 4901; 70 H 5965; 

70 H 6028; 70 H 6083 
Ashes 54 H 2472 

Assabet River Valley 70 H 6028 
Indoor (See INDOOR AIR POLLUTION) 
Logan Airport 71 H 4981 
Metropolitan Boston 60 S 495; 

67 H 5409; 68 H 4919; 69 H 5639 
Motor Vehicle Emission 79 H 6544 
Quincy - East Braintree 69 H 4700 
South Boston Soot Nuisance 60 S 647 

AIRPORT SYSTEM 45 H 1821; 46 H 250; 

46 H 1606;46 H 1709;46 H 1740; 
46 H 1975; 47 H 1812; 53 S 615; 
57 S 750;58 S 620;65 S 1122 

AIRPORTS 

Logan Airport :Air and Noise Pollution 

71 H 4981 

Noise Abatement 67 S 1298; 76 H 5260 
State Aid to Local 74 H 5996 

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 

Consumer Price 73 H 5894 

Control Commission 76 H 2969 (Gov. 

Message) 
Credit Law 73 H 5894 
Highway Safety Relation to 68 S 980 
Identification Cards for Purchase of 

64 S 692 
Licenses for 34 S 239 ;43 H 1461; 

67 H 5303 
Manufacture, Etc. 34 S 345 ;43 H 1461; 

67 H 5303 
Sale of 33 H 1300 ;33 S 494 ;67 H 5303 
Sale of, to Veterans' Organizations 

48 H 2406 ;49 H 2265 
Taxation of 54 H 2707; 63 S 712 
Vendor Allowance 63 S 712 



ALCOHOLISM 14 H 2053 ;36 H 167 ;43 H 1276 
45 H 2000 
Drunk Driving, Rehabilitation Program 

74 H 6163 
Halfway House 65 H 3259 
Reports of Commission on Alcoholism 
1st - 1949 (not a legislative 

document ) ; 
2nd - 50 H 2086; 3d - 51 S 532; 
4th - 52 H 1964 
Teenage Drinking 64 S 692 
■■ Treatment Facilities 69 S 1172 

ALTERNATIVE SENTENCING 87 S 2061 

ALUMINUM MILLS 56 H 2457 

ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 86 S 1791 ;87 S 1635 

AMERICAN REVOLUTION, 150TH ANNIVERSARY 

25 H 120;25 H 329 

AMHERST 

State Payment in Lieu of Taxes 
59 H 2417;60 H 2721 

AMUSBENT PLACES, SAFETY OF RIDERS 

57 S 550;58 S 83 

ANDERSON (HOMER) REPORT ON STATE 

TEACHERS COLLEGES Pam. 370.73 

M3 S 74 r2 (State Library call no.) 

ANIMALS 

Enclosure of 70 H 5787 
Experimentation on 49 S 620 
Industry 15 H 1751; 70 H 1386; 70 H 5787 
Recodification of Cat and Dog Laws 

77 S 1484 
Slaughtering and Processing 70 S 1386 
Spay and Neuter Clinics 75 H 5373 

ANNUITY, VARIABLE 58 S 556;58 S 815; 
59 S 720 

ANTI -TAKEOVER LAWS 

Interim Report (2 vols) State 
Library Call No. MR/331. 01M3/ 
157/Nov. 88 

APARTMENT HOUSES 29 H 200 



APPALACHIAN TRAIL 69 H 4609 

APPEALS OF CRIMINAL CASES 26 H 1167 

APPLES 37 S 40 

APPORTIONMENT (See REDISTRICTING) 

APPORTIONMENT OF TAXES (See E(^ALI- 
ZATION AND APPORTIONMENT) 

AQUARIUMS, SEA 63 S 700 

ARCHITECTS 

Statute of Limitations for Malpractice 
68 S 1050 

ARLINGTON 

Grade Crossing 53 H 2165 
Mystic Lake 19 H 238; 58 H 2943 
Rapid Transit to 32 H 43;35 S 3 
Sewerage 58 S 850 
Spot Pond 26 H 330 

Spy Pond 26 H 330; 53 H 2208; 54 H 2361; 
56 H 2633; 59 H 2608 

ARMORIES 74 S 1480 
Chicopee 39 H 113 
Construction of 41 H 2262; 46 H 135; 

47 H 277;48 H 144 
East Boston 26 H 564 
Lawrence 32 S 11; 39 H 112 
Lowell 39 H 114 
Lynn 32 S 12 
Melrose 33 S 7; 39 H 113 
Westfield 31 H 3 
Worcester 31 S 8 

ASBESTOS (See INDOOR AIR POLLUTION) 

ASHLAND 

Sewerage 27 H 221 

ASSABET RIVER 38 H 1735; 63 H 3134; 
64 H 3208;65 H 3654 

ASSESSMENT 38 H 1709 ;45 H 1800; 

56 H 2529;56 H 3022 ;69 H 5323; 
70 S 1429; 70 K 5107; 73 H 7456 
Site Value 80 H 6075 

ATHLETIC FACILITIES 

Metropolitan Boston 63 H 3535 



ATLANTIC STATES MARINE FISHERIES 

43 H 217 

ATOMIC ENERGY, CONTROL OF 58 H 2732; 

59 H 2650 

ATOMIC ENERGY INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH 
CENTER 58 H 2625;59 H 2290; 

60 H 2904 

ATOMIC PLANTS S6 H 2929 (See also 
NUCLEAR POWER) 



ATTLEBORO 

Chartley Pond 57 H 2704; 57 H 3720 
Thompson Chemical Co. Explosion 

65 H 3912 
Wading River 37 S 70 

AUBURN 

Water Supply 73 S 1485 

AUCTIONS, REGULATION OF 68 H 4373 

AUDIT OF STATE NEEDS, REPORTS OF COM- 
MISSION ON (See COMMISSION ON 
AUDIT OF STATE NEEDS) 

AUTHORITIES, GOVERNMENT (See also 
REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITIES) 
Abuses by 65 S 1080 
Boston Bridge 49 H 2044 
Boston Port 37 S 65;38 H 209;50 S 655; 

55 H 2983; 56 H 2575; 56 S 704; 

68 H 4852; 70 H 4996 
Legal Advertisements 74 H 5341 
Market 48 S 426 ;49 S 373 
Massachusetts Fishing Development 

Authority 67 H 4638 
Massachusetts Power 72 S 1538 
Massachusetts Turnpike 50 H 2323; 

65 S 1080 
New Bedford, Woods Hole, Nantucket 

Steamship 48 H 2270 ;54 S 750; 

58 H 2652;59 H 2535 
Small Business 81 S 2063 
Tax Exempt Bonds 80 S 2183 

AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY (See INDUSTRY; 
also MOTOR VEHICLES) 



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AVIATION (See also AIRPORTS) 

28 H 183;37 H 1540;38 S 102; 
46 H 1606; 46 H 1709; 46 H 1740; 
46 H 1975;47 H 1812;48 S 575; 
50 H 2610;51 H 2454;53 S 615 

AYER 

Sandy Pond 59 H 2608 
Sewerage 19 H 1334 
Spectacle Pond 59 H 2608 



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BABY HOOVER COMMISSION (See COM- 
MISSION ON STRUCTURE OF STATE 
GOVERNMENT) 

BACK BAY DEVELOPMENT 55 S 580 

BACK BAY LANDS 29 S 3 

BAIL 22 H 1100 

BAIT ADVERTISING 61 H 3060 

BANK LOANS, INSURANCE ON 57 H 2803 

BANKS AND BANKING 
General 

Interest 75 H 5357 
Laws 22 H 1262 ;23 H 1275 
Liquidation 33 H 1184 
Negotiable Orders of Withdrawal 

75 H 5357 
Structure 34 S 100 

Taxation 25 H 118; 25 H 233; 54 H 2626; 
75 H 5357;87 H 5284 
Banks as Fiduciaries 46 S 520 
Branch Banking 59 S 461 ;60 H 2676 
Cooperative Banks 32 S 44; 33 H 1172; 

75 H 5357 
Savings and Insurance Banks 
Demand Deposits 73 H 5888 
Depositors o£ 22 S 495 
Laws 08 H 1280; 32 H 1125; 33 H 1167 
Negotiable Orders o£ Withdrawal 

75 H 5357 
Sale of Insurance 39 H 2124 
State Funds 75 S 2049 
Transportation of Funds 26 S 2 
Trust Companies 33 H 1184 



BAPTIST POND 59 H 2608 

BARNSTABLE 

Land, Transfer of 50 H 2611 ;51 H 2122 
Long Pond, Public Access to 67 H 4819 

BARNSTABLE COUNTY (See COUNTIES) 

BARRINGTON ASSOCIATES, INC. 56 H 2445 

BAY CIRCUIT 55 H 241 8; 56 H 2608; 
57 H 2729 

BEACHES (See also RECREATIONAL 
FACILITIES) 
General 26 S 25;39 S 465 ;57 S 740 
Individual 

Boston 46 H 137 

Essex County 16 H 607 

Fall River 77 H 5346 

Horseneck 72 H 4886 

Lynn 46 H 138 

Metropolitan Parks District 48 S 428; 
56 H 2634 

Oak Bluffs and Edgartown 46 H 139 

Pleasure Bay 52 H 1957 

Revere 46 H 136 

Salisbury 29 H 83; 29 H 1011 

Scusset and Sandy Neck 51 H 2154; 
54 H 2336 

Taunton 77 H 5346 
Nuisances on 49 H 2095; 50 H 2336; 

51 H 2081; 61 H 2994 
Public 

Access to 74 H 5302; 75 H 6611 

Management and Operation 75 H 6611 

Right of Way 73 S 1924; 75 H 6611 

BEACHMONT 29 H 81;35 H 299 
BEACON HILL DISTRICT 55 S 790 
BEAMAN'S BROOK 59 H 2689 
BEAUTY SHOPS 51 H 2102 

BECKET 

Bulkley-Dutton Reservoir 58 H 2940 
Center Pond 41 H 2043 
Rudd Pond 41 H 518 



BELCHERTOWN STATE SCHOOL 71 H 6129 

BELMONT 

Grade Crossing 51 S 534 
Sewerage 58 S 850 

BELOW COST STATUTE 75 H 6636 

BERKLEY-DIGHTON BRIDGE 63 S 642 

BERKSHIRE AREA, PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES FOR 

64 S 858 

BERKSHIRE COUNTY (See COUNTIES) 

BEVERLY 

Bass River Dredging 69 H 4108 

Nuisances on Beaches 50 H 2236 ;51 H 2081 

Sewerage 25 H 114; 25 H 1175 

Water Supply 13 H 2200 

V/ater Supply Board 37 H 534 

BICENTENNIAL 74 H 5557 

BICYCLES 

General 73 S 1775 ;74 S 1795 
Bicycle Paths 77 H 5349 

BIENNIAL SESSIONS 34 S 250 

BILLBOARDS (See OUTDOOR ADVERTISING) 

BIRTH CONTROL 41 H 2539 ;48 H 2165; 

65 H 4089 

BLACKMORE POND 63 H 3136 

BLACKSTON RIVER (See also WATER 
SUPPLIES; WATER SUPPLIES - 
POLLUTION) 

20 H 1246;37 S 50;38 H 1735; 
39 H 2050;56 S 675;57 S 580; 
58 S 552 ;66 H 3630 ;67 H 1956; 
68 H 4556 

BLANCHARD REPORT 51 S 787 

BLANDFORD 

Cobble Mt. Reservoir Fishing 59 H 4103 
Long Pond 25 H 209 



BLIND (See also PUBLIC WELFARE) 

14 H 2145;18 S 246;20 H 755; 
25 H 116;25 H 1170;46 S 425; 
49 H 2041 ;50 H 2126;51 H 1951; 
56 H 2440;59 H 2564;64 H 3325 
Vending Stands 75 H 5376 

BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELD (See 
INSURANCE - Blue Cross) 

BLUE HILLS RESERVATION 28 H 7; 33 H 6; 
36 H 163 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ON FISHERIES AND 
GAME (See STATE GOVERNMENT, DEPT. 
OF) 

BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 57 H 2690 

BOATING 

Lake Cochituate 37 H 293 
State 34 H 1300 ;57 5 665 

BOATS, MOTOR REGULATIONS 56 S 459; 
56 S 580; 58 H 3028; 59 H 2971; 
60 S 535 ;77 S 1414 

BONDS ISSUES (See also HIGHWAYS) 
Highway 50 H 2143 
Industrial Development, Regulation of 

82 H 5829 
Repayment of State Serials 66 S 869 
Tax Exempt 80 S 2183 
Voter Approval 79 H 5576 

BONDS (See SECURITIES) 

BONNER REPORT 58 H 3028; 59 H 2971 

BOSTON 

Accounting System 22 K 1304 
Air and Noise Pollution 71 H 4981 
Airport 39 S 456; 39 S 480; 70 H 4996 
Alcoholic Beverage Licenses 65 S 794 
All Weather Stadium 64 S 728; 65 S 1002; 

65 S 1125 
Auctioneer 65 H 3270 
Back Bay 26 S 2;29 S 3;55 S 580 



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Beaches 46 H 137 

Bridge Authority 49 H 2044 

Budget 41 H 2807; 76 H 5200 

Buildings 38 H 1500 

Central Artery 26 H 1100 

Charter 24 H 1220;34 H 1262;47 S 530 

Commercial Point Channel 28 S 12; 

29 H 185 
Constitution Park 39 H 209 
Departments 

Building 57 H 3386 ;63 H 3622 
Finance 50 H 2224 
Health 49 H 2575 ;50 H 2225 
Police 49 H 2600;50 H 2225 
Supply 49 H 2700; 50 H 2225 
Dorchester (See Dorchester District) 
East Boston (See East Boston) 
Exposition 21 H 1524;23 H 1525 
Fellsway 15 H 238 
Finances 36 H 1082 
Harbor 

Commercial Point Channel 28 S 12 

Development Alternatives 70 H 4884 

Fort Point Channel (See Fort Point 
Channel) 

Improvements 59 H 2676 

Island Uses 69 H 5457; 70 H 4884; 
71 H 5051 

Lines o£ 27 H 121 

Nuisance 15 H 1635 

Parkway Along 31 S 7 

Pollution Abatement 72 H 5002 

Port 

Business 43 H 1273 

Free Port 26 S 30; 28 S 11; 

35 H 1950;36 H 1951 ;38 H 209; 

55 S 610;57 H 3009 

Port Authority 37 S 65;38 H 209; 
50 S 655;55 H 2983;56 H 2575; 

56 S 704;68 H 4852;70 H 4996 
Savin Hill Bay 29 H 185 

Sewage 18 H 1215;31 S 56;36 H 164; 

36 H 165;37 H 1600 
Shirley Gut 35 H 220 

South Bay 27 H 122 ;31 H 1290; 

59 S 498 
Terminal Facilities 16 S 401; 

26 H 121;30 H 11;31 H 171; 

48 H 1600;51 H 2132;68 H 4852 



Toll Bridge 49 H 2044 
Wharfage Charges 27 S 6 
Zoning 45 H 1544 

Highways from 18 H 13;14 H 1569; 
23 H 1131 

Housing 48 H 1741 ;48 H 1875 

Housing Court 68 H 4498 

Hyde Park (See HYDE PARK DISTRICT) 

Income and Nonproperty Taxes S 1680 

Laws 51 S 610; 52 S 659; 53 S 762 

Lodging Houses 70 H 4998 

Overpass at Riverway 32 H 480 

Parking 43 H 1421 

Pensions 22 H 1596 

Port, Promotion of 68 H 4852 

Primary 26 S 6 

Public Welfare 57 H 2930 

Rapid Transit (See TRANSPORTATION - 
RAPID TRANSIT AND METROPOLITAN 
DISTRICT-TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES) 

Recreation Facilities (See also METRO- 
POLITAN DISTRICT - Parks) 23 H 159; 
46 H 137 ;46 H 1604;48 H 1741; 
48 H 1875;53 H 2169 

Retail Market Area 57 H 2666 

Services, Financing District 76 S 1680 

Sewerage 39 H 2465 ;46 H 190; 58 S 850; 
59 S 595 

South Boston (See SOUTH BOSTON) 

Stony Brook 26 H 323 

Street Lighting 48 H 1741 ;48 H 1875 

Streets 26 H 1100 

Tax Limit 20 S 342 

Traffic 43 H 1421 ;48 H 1741 ;48 H 1875 

Traffic around State House 50 H 2227 

Transportation Facilities 24 H 1340 

Underground Shopping Complex 68 S 971 

Vandalism 76 H 4951 

Water 59 S 595; 79 H 5596 

BOSTON AND ALBANY RAILROAD 58 H 2590 

BOSTON AND MAINE RAILROAD (See also 
RAILROADS - Massachusetts 
Facilities) 65 H 4098 
Derailments 70 H 4896 
Electrification 36 H 139 
Freight and Passenger Service 58 H 2590 
Reimbursement from State 21 H 358 
Saugus Branch 27 H 180 



BOSTON CONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY 

35 H 1349 

BOSTON EDISON COMPANY 

Pilgrim Nuclear Station Operations 

87 S 2023 

BOSTON ELEVATED RAILROAD (See 
TRANSPORTATION) 

BOSTON JUVENILE COURT 52 H 1966 

BOSTON ROCK 16 H 841 

BOSTON TERMINAL CO. 65 H 3854 

BOUCHER, H.A, 

Address o£ the Lieutenant Governor 
o£ the State of Alaska before the 
General Court, June 13, 1973 
73 S 1792 

BOUND BROOK STATE PARK 57 H 2816 

BOUNDARIES ON TIDEWATERS 22 H 1227; 
32 H 1230 

BOUNDARY LINES 

Chicopee and Springfield 45 H 1678 
Dennis and Yarmouth 22 H 1227 

BOURNE 

Armory 47 H 277 

BOXFORD 

Four-Mile Pond 54 H 2246 



BREWSTER 

Flax Pond 28 H 263; 54 H 2248 

Seymour Pond 55 H 338 

Sheep Pond 49 H 2028 

Upper Mill or Walker's Pond 49 H 2029 

BRIBERY 

Commercial 75 H 5533 

BRIDGES 

Care and Control of 16 H 8; 29 S 10; 

46 H 341 ;46 H 1478 
Charles River 18 H 1182 
Dighton-Berkley 63 S 642 
Gloucester 21 H 357 
Greenfield-Montague 18 H 545 ;21 H 230 
Groveland 43 H 1833 
Laws 17 H 1653 
Lowell 59 H 2791; 67 H 4678 
Neponset 19 H 237 
New Bedford-Fairhaven 67 H 5371; 

69 S 1166 
Norwell-Marshfield, Union St. 65 H 4197 
Russell 60 H 2715 
Slade's Ferry 23 H 1504 
Toll 53 S 517 
Weymouth-Fore River 31 H 302; 33 S 4; 

33 S 42 

BRIDGEWATER 

Hockomock Swamp Area 58 H 2940 

BRIDGEWATER CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION 

Maximum Security Building 67 S 1090 

BRIDGEWATER STATE FARM 20 H 1220 



BOXING 31 H 290; 31 H 1375; 48 H 2365; 
49 H 2040 

BRAINTREE 

Air Pollution 69 H 4700 

Armory 47 H 277 

Factory Pond 66 H 3557 

Great Pond 65 H 3866 

Highway 43 H 1272 

Monatiquot River 53 H 2207 

MTA Service to 48 H 2302 

River Street Underpass 71 H 4936 

Sewerage 58 S 850 

Water Resources 66 S 661 

Ways 29 H 211 



BRIDGEWATER STATE HOSPITAL 67 S 1102; 
67 S 1129 
Treatment Center for Sexually 
Dangerous Persons 83 S 2154 
Release Procedures 83 S 2154 

BRIGGS LAW 51 H 2719, p. 49 

BRIMFIELD 

Little Alum Pond 48 H 141 ;48 H 142 

BRISTOL COUNTY (See COUNTIES) 



BRITISH "reAIL 27 S 8 

BROCKTON 

Railroad Service 74 S 1698 
Taunton River 16 H 2126 
Water Supply 64 S 648; 64 S 745 

BROKERS 

Dealers in Equity 77 H 5638 
Real Estate 

Qualification o£ Applicants 73 H 5894 

BROOKLINE 

Hammond Pond Parkway 29 H 134; 37 H 210; 

53 S 518 
Parkway and Boulevard 25 H 112 
Sewerage 58 S 850 

BROWNE, JOHN MEMORIAL 15 H 801 

BRUSH HILL POND 39 H 110 

BUBONIC PLAGUE 21 H 1360 

BUCK POND 58 H 2483 

BUCKS POND 28 H 264 

BUDGETARY PROCEDURES 

Cities 55 S 675 

Financial Management 75 S 2049 
Program Budgets 71 H 6056; 76 H 5200 
State 16 H 2288;18 H 17;18 H 1185 
University o£ Massachusetts 62 H 3350 

BUILDERS 35 H 217 

Regulation of 82 H 5881 

BUILDINGS 
Construction 

General 14 H 1244 ;15 H 1750 ;53 H 2575 
Alteration and Maintenance 15 H 1750 
Asbestos, Firep roofing 77 H 5344 
Code Administration and Enforcement 

71 H 4938 
Codes 43 S 399; 60 S 461; 60 S 490; 

68 S 1133; 72 H 5008 
Homes 45 H 4 
Laws 15 H 1570 ;17 S 372 
Public Projects 54 H 2258; 72 H 5563 



Safety of 45 S 520 ;46 S 440 ;47 S 605; 

47 S 622;48 S 480;48 S 570;49 S 560; 

49 S 730 ;77 H 5344 
State and County Contracts 79 H 5597; 

79 H 5629; 81 H 6300 

BULLFINCH STATE HOUSE 48 H 2206 

BULKLEY-DUTTON RESERVOIR 58 H 2940 

BUNKER HILL MONUMENT 
Grounds 29 H 110 
Tablets 46 S 50 

BURLAL 

Inmates of State Institutions 39 H 1968 
Poor 45 H 3 
Veterans 50 S 490 

BURLINGTON 

Mystic Lake 58 H 2943 
Water Supply 73 S 1485 

BUSHEL WEIGHTS 22 H 1021 

BUS TRANSPORTATION (See also 

TRANSPORTATION - Motor Vehicles) 
27 H 172;55 H 2452 
School Children 13 H 423; 32 S 6; 
50 H 2558;73 S 1816;86 H 5978 

BUSINESS COMBINATIONS LAWS 

(See ANTI-TAKEOVER LAWS) 

BUSINESS TRUSTS 12 H 1646;13 H 1788; 
29 S 2 
Taxation of 59 H 2565 

BUTTERY BROOK RESERVATION AREA 57 H 2816 

BUY-OUTS (See ANTI -TAKEOVER LAWS) 

BUZZARDS BAY 16 H 1775 ;17 H 534 

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CABOOSES 57 H 2660 

CAMBRIDGE (See also SUBWAY) 
Bridge St. 21 H 231 
Circumferential Highway 28 H 93 
Cottage Farm Bridge 38 H 184 



Government 41 S 701; 41 S 751;41 S 770; 

41 K 2798 
Grade Crossings 46 H 176 
Harvard Square 21 H 507 
Sewerage 58 S 850 
Streets 21 H 231 ;25 H 191 
Traffic Circles 35 H 221 
Underpass 55 H 2433 

CAMBRIDGE COURT CLINIC PROJECT 

Appendix C of 56 H 2659; 57 H 2725; 
58 H 2988 

CAMPAIGN FINANCES (See POLITICAL 
CAMPAIGNS) 

CAMPS, SWMER 56 H 2706; 57 H 3315 

CANALS, BROAD AND LECHMERE 18 H 806 

CANCER 27 H 400 ;38 S 2 

CANTERBURY BRANCH OF STONY BROOK 

26 H 323 

CANTON 

Sewerage 58 S 850 

CAPITAL OUTLAY PROGRAM 50 H 2608 

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT 58 H 2650; 59 H 2575 

CARVER 

Cooper Pond, Vaughn Pond and Wenham 

Pond 59 H 2608 
Dunham Pond 31 H 353 
Johns Pond 68 H 3812 

CARDIAC § BIPLOYMENT 58 H 3005 

CASH SICKNESS INSURANCE 45 S 10; 

47 S 470;50 H 2575;68 S 908 

CASTLE ISLAND 

Sea Aquariam 63 S 700 

CAT DAM 54 H 2410 

CAT ROCK STATE RESERVATION 57 H 2816 



CATS 

Recodification of Laws re 77 S 1484 

CATV (See CCMIUNITY ANTENNA 
TELEVISION) 

CEDAR SWAMP POND 36 H 197 

CEMETERIES, MONUMENTS 48 H 2353; 48 S 546 

CEMETERY SOCIETIES 59 H 2401 

CENEDELLA, ALFRED B. 51 H 2696 

CENSUS 

Local 60 S 485 
Race and Language 87 H 5232 
State 66 S 771; 73 H 7020 
U.S. 62 H 3152 

CENTER POND 41 H 2043 

CERTIFICATE OF NEED 74 H 5559 

CHADWICK, HARRISON, REMARKS re TV PROGRAM 
ON GAMBLING 62 H 3320 

CHAMBERLAIN REPORT ON EDUCATION 19 S 330 

CHAPIN POND 53 H 388 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS 20 H 334 

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS 

Fund Raising 54 S 585 
Land Owned by 20 H 334 

CHARITABLE TRUSTS 

Taxation of 63 H 3291 

CHARLES RIVER (See also WATER 
SUPPLIES - Pollution) 
20 H 1240;28 H 73;32 H 158; 
32 H 159;38 H 1735 

Bath House 21 H 279 

Boating and Bathing 26 H 324 

Bridge at Purgatory Cove 32 S 9 

Bridges Over 18 H 1182 

Mosquitoes 46 H 1439 

Recreation 24 H 152 ;37 H 209 



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CHARLESTOWN, WAR SERVICES OF RESIDENTS 

OF 46 S 50 

(HARTLEY POND 57 H 2704 

CHATHAM 

Schoolhouse Pond 53 H 391 

CHAUBUNAGUNGAMAUG LAKE 29 H 155 
CHEBACCO LAKE 58 H 2485 
CHEa FUND, UNPAID 51 H 2186 

CHEUkBFORD 

Boundary 55 H 3030 

Hart Pond or Baptist Pond, Newfield 

Pond or Crystal Lake 59 H 2608 
Highway 37 S 35 

CHELSEA 

Fire of October 14, 1973 73 S 2011 
Grade Crossing 51 S 534; 67 S 1184 
Offensive Odors 33 H 1171 
Rapid Transit 21 H 11 57; 24 H 1340; 

43 H 146 
Sewerage 58 S 850 
Street Reconstruction 53 S 516 

CHELSEA CREEK 35 S 165 

CHICAGO WORLD'S FAIR (1933) 32 H 2 

CHICOPEE 

Armory 41 H 2262 
Boundary Line 45 H 1676 

CHICOPEE RIVER (See also WATER 
SUPPLIES - Pollution) 
Dredging 68' H 4643; 69 H 4107 
Pollution 39 H 2050 
Water Supply 47 H 1667 
Watershed Recreation 68 H 4653 

CHILDREN 

Abuse of 84 H 6204 

Care and Treatment Programs 73 S 1876; 

73 S 1948; 73 H 6063 
Commitment of 59 H 2458 
Councils for Children 80 H 6830 
Crippled 04 H 1044; 31 H 7; 31 H 1709; 
32 H 401 



Day Care 62 S 755; 80 H 6830 
Delinquent (See also YOUTHFUL 
OFFENDERS) 

Care, Protection 48 S 470 
Comic Books and 56 H 2500; 56 H 3205 
Detention 51 S 625;55 S 550; 67 S 1310 
Prevention 30 S 52; 31 H 1200; 
39 H 2123 ;47 S 485 ;48 S 470; 
49 S 715;50 S 610;51 S 531; 

52 H 2394;53 H 2205;54 H 2243; 

54 H 2820; 55 H 2334; 55 S 660; 

55 H 2937;56 H 2500;57 H 3025 
Rehabilitation 51 S 625 ;55 H 2937; 

67 S 1310 ;80 H 5941 

Runaways, State School 70 H 6152 
Dental Health 67 S 1002 
Department of Family and Children's 

Services 77 H 5468 (Gov. Message) 
Dependent (See also PUBLIC WELFARE) 

13 H 2075;30 S 52;31 H 1200;49 H 2276; 

60 H 2819 
Educationally Disadvantaged 67 S 1518 
Employment 14 H 2126;41 S 739;49 H 2153 
Feeding Programs 69 S 1283 
Flammable Clothing 73 S 1580; 74 S 1624 
Guardianship of 68 S 1098 
Handicapped (See also PUBLIC WELFARE) 

13 H 2075;30 S 52;31 H 1200;49 H 2276; 

60 H 2819; 70 H 5769 
Health (See also PUBLIC HEALTH) 

49 H 2100 ;69 S 1283 ;70 H 5769 
Hours of Labor 59 H 2666 
Infants, Sudden Death Syndrome 

73 S 1876 
Lead Poisoning Prevention 87 H 4814 
Mentally 111, Treatment of 81 S 1751 
Negligent 43 S 500 
Of Servicemen Killed in Service 

52 H 2520 
Office for Children 80 H 6830 
Retarded 

Training Facilities for 33 S 3; 

53 H 2171 ;54 H 2270;55 H 2900; 

56 K 2580;57 H 2878;57 H 31! 
58 H 2795;58 H 3250;59 H 2675; 
60 H 2975 ;61 H 3048 ;62 H 3695: 
63 H 3410;63 H 3616;64 H 3601 
66 H 3400 ;70 H 5769;72 H 5056 

Victim/Witness Testimony 84 H 6204 

CHILDREN"S SUMMER CAMPS 56 H 2706; 

57 H 3315 



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CHimARK 

Right o£ Way to Squibnocket Pond 
63 H 3195 

CHIROPRACTIC 32 H 1316;39 H 2151; 
56 H 2725 

CHLORINATING PLANTS FOR SHELLFISH 

46 H 1475;47 H 1850;48 H 1770; 
49 H 2275 

CIGARETTES 

Bootlegging 80 S 2215 

Tax Evasion 80 S 2215 

Tax Stamps 51 H 2880; 80 S 2215 

Taxation 54 H 2707; 80 H 2215 

CINDERS, IN AIR 54 H 2472 

CITIES AND TOWNS (See also TOWNS) 
Administrative Procedure 73 H 6009 
Affirmative Action 77 S 1467 
Apportionment of Elected Bodies 

66 S 771; 69 H 5309; 73 H 7020 
Aviation (See AVIATION - Airport 

System) 
Boards and Commissions 57 H 2690 
Budgetary Stress 87 H 5147 
Building Codes 68 S 1133 
Census of Race and Language 87 H 5232 
Charters 15 S 254 
Collective Purchasing 72 H 5065 
Community Development, Department of 

73 H 6150 (Gov. Message) ;74 H 5736 
Contract Awards (See CONTRACTS - 

Local Government) 
Debts 12 H 2168;13 H 1803 
Distribution of Aid to 55 H 2600; 

73 H 6645; 73 H 7456; 74 H 5996 
Education 75 H 6474 

Declining Enrollments 81 H 6734 

Special 82 H 5893 
Employees 47 H 1766 ;57 H 2777 

Conflict of Interest 75 H 6475; 
80 H 5867 

Financial Disclosure 80 H 5867 
Federal Assistance 69 S 1260 
Finances 

Education 75 H 6474 

Expenditures 28 H 192; 29 H 84; 
67 S 1150;75 H 5841 ;79 H 5594; 
80 H 5865 



Laws Relating to 46 H 1590 ;47 H 410; 
67 S 1354;75 H 5841 

Revenues 28 H 490; 75 H 5841 

State Responsibility 75 H 5841 
Fiscal Disparity 87 H 5147 
Fiscal Year of Municipalities 57 S 735; 

58 H 2987 
Forest Fires 65 S 790 
Group Insurance 67 S 1174 
Group Insurance for Retired Employees 

58 H 3014;65 H 3310 
Growth Pattern 78 H 6149; 81 S 2224 
Hazardous Waste Facilities 80 S 6756; 

82 H 5831 
Highway Aid 62 H 3580 
Historic Preservation Programs 66 S 691 
Home Rule 61 S 580; 62 S 650; 63 S 661; 

65 S 950 ;66 S 846 ;67 S 1030; 

67 S 1150;67 S 1170;67 S 1174; 

67 S 1354;67 S 1512;67 S 1547; 

67 S 1548;68 S 964;68 S 966; 

68 S 1009;68 S 1165;69 S 1271; 
72 S 1455 ;75 H 5841 ;79 H 5594; 
80 H 5865 

Hospitals 74 H 55 59; 77 S 1949 
Incinerator Construction Aid 64 H 3270 
Index of Special Laws 32 H 26 
Industrial Development 65 S 947; 

82 H 5829 
Initiative and Referendum 67 S 1512; 

69 S 1271 

Legal Advertisements 74 H 5341 
Lighting Plants 30 H 1200; 43 H 1484 
Limits on Taxation and Spending 

80 H 6743;82 S 1989 
Local Officials, Tenure for 69 S 1271 
Local Option Taxes 87 H 5233 
Merit Systems 80 H 6796; 81 H 1000 
Merrimack Valley 38 S 100 
Minimum Standards for Incorporation 

70 H 5453 

Mosquito Control Projects 63 H 3060 
Ombudsman 75 H 5392 
Ordinances 41 H 601 ;67 S 1548 
Planning 68 S 11 33; 69 H 45 93; 74 H 5722 
Political Activities of Employees 

65 S 951; 77 H 5343 
Recall of Local Officials 79 H 5690 
Regulation of Development 81 S 2224 
Reimbursement of 16 H 702 ;33 H 228; 

33 H 229;43 H 1468;45 H 6 



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Rubbish Disposal 68 H 4886 
Sewer Districts in Contiguous 68 H 4015 
Snow Removal Chemicals 65 S 2; 73 S 1485 
Social Security Coverage o£ Employees 

63 H 3150 
Special Laws 69 S 1271 
State Laws 

Effect on Property Tax 79 H 5594; 
80 H 5865 

Responsibility for Funding 75 H 5841 
Tax Exempt Bonds 80 S 2183 
Taxes 33 H 1240;43 H 1468;87 H 5233 
Town Meetings in Regional Schools 

62 H 3687 
Transportation Aid 74 H 5996 
User Fees 83 H 6120 
Veterans' Housing 46 H 2088 
Voluntary Merger Procedures 70 H 5453 
Voter Approval - Debt and Taxes 

79 H 5576 
Water Supplies (See also WATER 

SUPPLIES) 39 H 2061 ;49 S 600; 

50 S 570;73 S 1485;75 S 1784; 

79 K 5596; 80 H 5869; 81 H 6301; 

83 S 1826 
Zoning Power 68 S 1133; 69 H 4593; 

74 H 5722 

CITIES, BUDGETARY PROCEDURES 55 S 675 

CITY MANAGER GOVERMHENT 38 H 1710 

CITY UPON A HILL Address of President- 
Elect Kennedy to General Court 
61 H 2660 

CIVIL DEFENSE 51 H 2500 
Compensation for Injured Volunteers 

58 H 3006 
Nuclear Emergency Plan 87 S 2023 
Organization and Problems 71 H 5034 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 16 H 1673 



Laws, Rules 30 H 1001; 38 H 1715; 

39 H 1722;43 H 1333;45 H 1675; 

80 H 6796; 81 H 1000 
Merit System 65 S 1080; 67 H 5100; 

80 H 6796; 81 H 1000 
Organization of 38 H 1716 
Patronage Abuse 65 S 1080 
Performance Rating 59 H 2655 
Reorganization 73 H 6180 (Gov. Message) ; 

74 H 5256 
Veterans' Preference 67 H 5100 

CIVIL WAR 

One-Hundredth Anniversary Celebration 

Plans 63 S 641 
Reports of Centennial Commission 

61 S 121;62 S 527;63 S 641;64 S 635; 

65 S 895 

CLAIMS AGAINST COMMONWEALTH 46 H 1050; 
65 S 990 

CLAM INDUSTRY 87 S 1532 

CLARKSBURG 

Connectictut River, Flood Control 

54 H 2393 
Recreational Facilities 54 H 2385 

CLEARANCE OF TRACKS IN R.R. YARDS 

56 S 469 

CLINTON 

Beach 60 H 2717 
Park 32 S 7;33 S 6 
Sewage 54 S 595 

aOTHING 

Flammable 73 S 1580; 74 S 1624 

COAKLEY, DANIEL H. - RECORD OF IMPEACH- 
MENT OF State Library call No. 8C65 
1941 



CIVIL SERVICE (See also STATE GOVERN- 
MENT - Department of Civil 
Service) 
General 48 H 1830;55 H 2497 
Employment Opportunities for Urban Poor 
69 S 1540 



COAL DEPOSITS IN MASSACHUSETTS 25 H 1025 
Severance Taxes 78 H 5850 

COAL POCKET ADJACENT TO STATE HOUSE 

53 H 2740 

COAL PRICES 20 H 1608;23 H 1186; 
23 H 1564 



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COAL PROBLEM 12 S 449;12 H 2270 ;21 H 278 

COAST LINE (See also MARINE 
BOUNDARIES) 65 S 887 
Beachmont Section, Revere 35 H 299 
Coastal Zone Management 75 S 1800; 

75 H 5364;75 H 6611 
Dennisport 49 H 2039 
MDC District 56 H 2634 
Protection Against Property Damage and 

Loss of Life 47 H 1780;48 H 2384; 

49 H 2680; 50 H 2361; 51 H 2443; 

52 H 2195 ;53 H 2469 
Public Beaches, Access to 74 H 5302; 

75 H 6611 

COASTAL WETLANDS 64 S 855 ;75 H 5364 
COAT OF ARMS, STATE 71 S 1273 

COBBLE MT. RESERVOIR 

Fishing 69 H 4103 

COCOANUT GROVE FIRE 45 S 520 

CODES (See also CONFLICT OF INTEREST - 

Ethics) 
Building and Demolition 60 S 461; 

71 H 4938; 72 H 5008 
Ethics for Government Employees 

61 S 650;62 H 3343;62 H 3650; 

75 H 6475 
Gas Piping 60 S 490 
Housing 70 H 6084; 71 H 4939 

CODIFICATION OF GENERAL LAWS (See 
GENERAL LAWS) 

COHASSET 

Cat Dam and Straits Pond 54 H 2410; 

55 H 2449 
Harbor Construction 59 H 2493 

COHASSET NARROWS 15 H 278 

COLD STORAGE, FOOD 12 H 1733 

COLLECTIVE BARGAINING 

Commission 72 H 551.2; 72 H 5562 
Government Employees 69 H 4746; 
.. 71 H 5249;71 H 5235 ;73 H 6194 



COLLECTIVE BARGAINING BENEFITS 64 S 744 

COLLEGES, STATE (See EDUCATION) 

COMIC BOOKS, CRIME 56 H 2500; 56 H 3205 

COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF (See STATE 
GOVERNMENT) 

COMMERCIAL BRIBERY 75 H 5533 

COMMERCIAL CODE (See UNIFORM COMMERCIAL 
CODE) 

COMMERCLAL POINT (See BOSTON) 

COMMERCIAL SHOOTING PRESERVES 62 H 3694; 
65 S 1200 

COMMISSION AGENTS 53 H 2160 

COMMISSION ON AUDIT OF STATE NEEDS 
58 H 2929 (Federal Funds for Mass.) 
58 H 3035 (Higher Education) 

58 H 3250 (Mental Health) 

59 H 2500 (Needs of the Aged) 

60 H 2649 (New Industries) 

COMMISSION ON GROWTH PATTERNS AND THE 

QUALITY OF LIFE IN THE COMMONWEALTH 

75 H 6473;76 H 5339;78 H 6149; 
81 S 2224 

COMMISSION ON STRUCTURE OF STATE 

GOVERNMENT 
Reports : 

lst-50 H 2685 (Organization of Study) 
2nd-51 H 2126 (General Findings and 

Major Objectives) 
3rd-51 H 2186 (Administrative Savings- 
Suspense Account) 
4th-51 H 2523 (Dept. of Labor and 

Industries) 
5th-51 H 2591 (Dept. of Pulbic 

Welfare) 
6th-51 H 2880 (Cigarette Tax Stamp) 
7th-52 H 2051 (Dept. of Education) 
8th-52 H 2032 (Dept. of Conservation) 
9th-52 H 2400 (Dept. of Public 

Safety) 
lOth-53 H 2199 (Dept. of Public 

Safety) 



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llth-53 H 2575 (Building Construction) 

12th-53 H 2828 (Dept. o£ Corporations 
and Taxation) 

13th-54 H 2000 (Dept. o£ Public 
Health) 

14th-54 H 2352 (Personnel Administra- 
tion) 

15th-54 H 2600 (State Salaries) 

COMMISSION ON TAX REFORM OF 1985 

Reports : 

1st -86 H 6352 (Revenue Burden § 
Composition) 

2nd-86 H 6386 (Personal Income Tax - 
Analysis o£ Structure) 
3rd-86 H 6443 (Personal Income Tax - 
Analysis of Burden) 
4th-86 H 6500 (Sales Taxation in MA) 
5th-86 H 6545 (Revenue Caps and Rainy 
Day Funds) 

6th-87 H 5146 (Sales Tax Burden) 
7th-87 H 5147 (Differences in Local 
Budgetary Stress) 
8th-87 H 5148 (Competitiveness of 
State Tax System) 

9th- 87 H 5149 (Residential Property 
Tax) 
lOth-87 H 5233 (Local Option Taxation) 
llth-87 H 5263 (Corporations Excise 

Tax) 
12th-87 H 5283 (Unitary Taxation for 

Corporations) 
13th-87 H 5284 (Massachusetts Bank Tax) 
14th-87 H 5317 (Property Taxation) 
15th-87 H 5785 (Insurance Industry) 
16th-88 H 5328 (State Response to 
Federal Tax Reform) 

COMMISSION ON TAXATION OF 1948 
Reports : 

Prelim. 49 H 2280 (A Tax Inquiry for 
Massachusetts) ; Interim 50 H 2750 
(Interim...); 2nd Interim 51 H 2153 
(The Personal Property Tax); 3rd 
Interim 52 H 2436 (Relative to the 
Legislative Amendment to the Consti- 
tution. . .Authorizing a Graduated 
Income Tax); 4th Interim 52 H 2545 
(...Taxation of Trailer Coaches 
Located in Trailer Coach Parks) 



Final : 

Part 1 51 H 2217 (The Tax System 
Today) 

Part II 51 H 2279 (The Taxation of 
Personal Incomes) 

Part III 51 H 2424 (Highway Fund 
Financing) 

Part IV 51 H 2611 (The Comparative 
Impact or Corporate Taxes in 
Massachusetts) 

Part V 52 H 2114 (The Taxation of 
Business and Manufacturing Corpor- 
ations) 

Part VI 52 H 2323 (State-Local 
Fiscal Relations) 

Part VII 53 H 2500 (The Excise upon 
Charges for Meals Served to The 
Public) 

Part VIII 54 H 2075 (Revised State- 
Local Assistance Program) 

Part IX 54 H 2469 (The Taxation of 
Stock Transfers) 

Part X 54 H 2626 (The Taxation of 
Banks and Banking Institutions) 

Part XI 54 H 2707 (The Taxation of 
Alcoholic Beverages and Cigar- 
ettes) 

Part XII 54 H 2986 (The Sales Tax) 

Part XII 54 H 2780 (Inheritance and 
Estate Taxation) 

Part XIV 56 H 2724 (Revised Pro- 
posals Relative to Inheritance and 
Estate Taxation) 

COMMISSION ON TAXATION AND PUBLIC EXPEN- 
DrajRES OF 1937 
Reports : 

Part I 38 H 1583 (Scope of Inquiry) 
Part II 38 H 1702 (Public Welfare) 
Part III 38 H 1703 (The Tax Structure) 
Part IV 38 H 1704 (Pari-Mutuel System 

of Wagering) 
Part V 38 H 1705 (Public Welfare 

Institutions) - 
Part VI 38 H 1706 (Housing) 
Part VII 38 H 1707 (Dept. of Public 

Safety) 
Part VIII 38 H 1708 (Revenue Collec- 
tion Procedures) 
Part IX 38 H 1709 (Tax Recommenda- 
tions) 



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Part X 38 H 1710 City Manager Govern- 
ment and Proportional Representa- 
tions) 

Part XI 38 H 1711 (Office Space Re- 
quirements of State Departments) 

Part XII 38 H 1712 (Fiscal Affairs) 

Part XIII 38 H 1713 (Metropolitan 
District Commission) 

Part XIV 38 H 1714 (Police Dept. of 
IvlDC) 

Part XV Sect. 1 38 H 1715 (Civil 
Service Laws, Rules and Regulations) 

Part XV Sect. 2 38 H 1716 Organiza- 
tion and Administration of Civil 
Service System) 

Part XVI 38 H 1717 (Summary and Final 
Report) 

COMMISSION ON WATER SUPPLY 

79 H 5596;80 H 5869;81 H 6301; 
83 S 1826 
Working Papers on Chemical Contami- 
nation: 
First: State Library Call No. 

MR/532M3/C445/1979 
Second: State Library Call No. 
MR/532M3/C445/1981 

COMMISSION TO DEVELOP A MASTER TAX PLAN 

Reports : 

Constitutional Limits on Tax Power 

70 S 126 

Interim Revenue Program 71 S 1299; 

71 S 1300 

Public Expenditures and Revenue Needs 

71 S 1486 
Revenue Structure 71 S 1281 
State Economy and Growth Potential 

71 S 1315 
Tentative Proposals 71 S 1298 

COMMISSIONS AND BOARDS 57 H 2690 

COMMITMENT OF CHILDREN HELD FOR EXAMI- 
NATION OR TRIAL 59 H 2458 

COMMITMENT TO MENTAL INSTITUTIONS 

32 H 1126;50 H 2239;54 H 2780; 
55 S 735;56 S 700;67 S 1090; 
67 S 1102 ;67 S 1129; 70 H 4891; 
75 S 1776;83 S 1822 



CCMIODITY DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM 

69 S 1283 

COMMON CARRIER PLATES 48 H 1399 

COMMON DAY OF REST (See LORD'S DAY) 

COMMON VICTUALLERS 43 H 1461 

COMMONWEALTH FLATS 03 H 277 

COMMONWEALTH SERVICE CORPS 64 S 838 
(Gov. Message) 

COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS, UNDERGROUND 
INSTALLATION OF 56 H 3033 

COMMUNISM-FASCISTS-SUBVERSION 38 H 2100; 
38 H 2100 revised; 51 H 2323; 

54 H 2645;54 H 2910;55 S 685; 

55 S 702;55 S 760;55 H 3080; 

55 H 2707;55 H 2986;56 H 450; 

56 H 2450;56 H 2460;56 H 3023; 

57 H 2828;57 H 3157;58 H 2626; 
59 H 2419; 60 H 2720; 61 H 3189 

COMMUNITY ANTENNA TELEVISION (CATV) 

68 H 4557;68 H 4837 

COMMUNITY COLLEGES (See EDUCATION - 
Junior Colleges) 

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

"CARD" Districts 82 H 5829 

Governmental Roles and Responsi- 
bilities 71 H 4942 

Growth and Planning 70 H 6192; 
81 S 2224 

New Towns 70 H 6192 

COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES 67 S 1279 

OMIUNITY MEDICAL CENTERS 72 S 1525 

COMMUNITY PLANNING LEGISLATION, FORMS 
FOR 
Appendix D 33 H 1240 

COMMUNITY PROPERTY 48 H 2323 
COMMUTER PROBLEM 59 S 480; 64 S 806 

COMMUTER RAILROAD SERVICE 69 S 1252; 

69 S 1270;69 H 5671 ;74 S 1698 



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aMfflJTER RAILROADS, TAX RELIEF FOR 

61 S 535 

OM'ACTS, INTERSTATE 
Flood Control 37 H 1774 
Forest Fire Protection 49 5 619 
Labor and Industries 34 H 1325; 

34 H 1641; 35 H 1850; 43 H 1331 
New England Higher Education 

53 H 2798 

COMPARABLE WORTH 85 H 5661 ; 87 H 5900 

COMPULSORY AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE (See 
INSURANCE - Motor Vehicle) 

CCMmSORY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE 59 S 467 

COMPUTER BANKS 

Invasion o£ Privacy 75 H 541 7; 77 H 6106 

CONCORD 

British Trail 27 S 8 
White Pond 39 H 109 

CONCORD RIVER (See also FLOOD CONTROL) 
Water Supplies 63 H 31 34; 64 H 3208; 

65 H 3654 
Pollution 25 S 123 ;38 H 1735 ;51 H 2415; 
60 H 3120 

CONDITIONAL SALES 36 H 400; 43 H 1488 

CONFIDENCE LAWS 60 H 2756 

CONFLICT OF INTEREST (See also CODES 
Ethics) 61 S 650; 62 H 3343; 

62 H 3450; 75 H 6475 

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS (See RE- 
DISTRICTING) 

CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR 

World War I 29 H 26 
World War II 53 H 2162 

CONNECTICUT RIVER (See also FLOOD 

CONTROL; WATER SUPPLIES; WATER 
SUPPLIES - Pollution) 
Basin District Council 72 H 5346; 
73 H 6178 



Bridge at Montague 18 H 545; 21 H 230 
Flood Control 29 H 111; 54 H 2393 
Flood Control Compacts 37 H 1774 
Navigation 32 H 4;33 H 1 ;47 H 1730 
Pollution 38 H 1735 ;70 H 5543 ;70 H 6192 
Stocking o£ Pike and Bass 66 H 3557 
Water Supply 47 H 1667; 70 H 5543 

CONSENT DECREES 

Fiscal Impact 81 H 6362 
Requiring Prior Legislative Approval 
o£ 81 H 6362 

CONSERVATION (See also STATE GOVERN- 
MENTS - Conservation; STATE 
GOVERNMENTS - Natural Resources) 
39 S 465;46 H 1450;51 H 2154; 
55 S 640 ;57 S 740 ;75 S 1200; 
67 S 1273; 68 S 1205; 70 H 4887; 
73 S 1518 

CONSOLIDATION OF GENERAL LAWS (See 
GENERAL LAWS) 

CONSTITUTION 

Gubernatorial Executive Orders 81 H 6557 
House and Senate Exclusive Rule Making 

Powers 84 S 2500 
Initiative and Referendum 75 H 5435 
Popular Constitutional Convention 

71 H 5097 
Revision of 67 S 1245 
Separation of Powers 81 H 6362 

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS 
Agricultural Land Assessment 70 H 5107 
Classification and Assessment of Real 

Property 69 H 5323 
Constitutional Revision Procedure 

66 S 845 
Equal Rights 72 S 1537 
Executive Branch Reorganization 

65 S 948 
Extension of Time for Governor's Action 

on Bills 66 S 677 
Four Year Term for Legislators 66 S 784 
Graduated State Income Tax 67 S 1199 
Gubernatorial Disability 67 S 1145 
Higher Education, State Aid 73 H 6106 
Home Rule Implementation (See CITIES 

AND TOWNS - Home Rule) 



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Industrial Development o£ Cities and 

Towns 65 S 947 
Initiative and Referendum 75 H 5435 
Joint Election o£ Governor and Lt. 

Governor 65 S 949 
Legislative Apportionment Procedure 

69 H 5309; 73 H 7020 
Mandatory Retirement o£ Judges 

70 H 5108 

Protection of the Environment 73 H 5301 
Public Funds for Teachers' Salaries in 

Private Schools 70 H 5368 
Recall of Judges 70 H 5108 
Recesses of the General Court 68 H 4558 
Reducing Membership of Massachusetts 

House of Representatives 69 H 5309; 

73 H 7020 
Repayment of State Serial Bonds 66 S 869 
Spending Limits 80 H 6743; 82 S 1989 
State and Local Apportionments 66 S 771 
Taxation Limits 80 H 6743 ;82 S 1989 
Vacancies in Constitutional Offices 

69 H 4814 
Voter Residence Requirements 66 S 823 
Voting by Paupers 67 S 1103 

CONSTITUTIONAL LIMITATIONS ON TAXING 
POWERS 38 H 1703 ;70 S 126 

CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS 

Compensation 74 H 5625 ;82 H 6200; 
87 H 5353 



CONTINUITY IN STATE AND COUNTY GOVERN- 
MENT 59 S 520 

CONTRACTS 

Life Care 79 S 1846 

CONTRACTS, FINANCE 58 S 556; 59 S 720 

CONTRACTS, LOCAL GOVERNMENTS 66 S 979; 
67 S 1381;67 5 1391;67 S 1463; 

67 H 5165;68 S 1149;68 S 1168; 

68 S 1190;68 S 1217;70 H 5939; 
73 H 7674 ;77 H 6675 

Corruption Investigation 79 H 5597; 
79 H 5629; 81 H 6300 

CONTRACTS, STATE 

Corruption Investigation 79 H 5597; 

79 H 5629; 81 H 6300 
For Leasing of Facilities 72 H 5563 
For Public Building 35 H 217 ;54 H 2528 
With Motor Truck Carriers 51 H 2610 

CONTRACTORS 

Home Improvement, Regulation of 
82 H 5881 

CONTROL SHARE ACQUISITIONS LAWS 
(See ANTI -TAKEOVER LAWS) 

CONVALESCENT AND NURSING HOMES (See 
NURSING HOMES) 



CONSUMER FRAUDS 61 H 3060; 82 H 5881 

CONSUMERS' COUNCIL 

Cable TV (CATV) 68 H 4557;68 H 4837 
Contracts 72 H 5033 
Credit Bureau Procedures 69 H 2700 
Creditor, Unconscionable Conduct 

73 H 5890 
Dermot P. Shea 72 S 1510 
Ten Years' Indebtedness 72 H 5032 



COOK, ALONZO 24 H 1821 

COOK POND 68 H 4093 

COOLIDGE, CALVIN 34 H 53;35 H 263 

COOLIDGE REPORT - RAPID TRANSIT 1945 
unnumbered; 47 H 2000; 1947 un- 
numbered; 1945-47 (State Library 
Call No. F388.4M3;M59r) 



CONSUMER PROTECTION 

Continuing Care Facilities Contracts 

79 S 1846 
Reorganization of Consumer Affairs 

74 H 5556 

CONTBIPT OF GENERAL COURT 54 H 2758 



COOPER POND 59 H 2608 

COOPERATIVE BANKS (See BANKS AND 
BANKING) 

COOPERATIVE SHOE SHOPS 31 H 301 

CORPORATE TAX (See TAXATION - 
Corporations) 



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CORPORATIONS 

Laws - Report, 1903 by Governor's Com- 
mittee established by Chapter 335 o£ 
Acts of 1902 (State Library Call No. 
9:C8-M41co) 

Nonprofit Hospital Service 49 H 254 

Sale of Cemetery Monuments 48 H 2353; 
48 S 546 

Share Acquisitions (See ANTI-TAKEOVER 
LAWS) 

Taxation of (See TAXATION - 
Corporations) 

CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS (See also 
PENAL INSTITUTIONS) 
General 

Conditions in 65 S 1077; 70 S 1589 
Reorganization of Correctional System 
58 H 3015 
Bridgewater 
Admission, Confinement, Care of 

Prisoners 67 S 1102 
Construction of Maximum Security 

Building 67 S 1090 
Sentencing or Commitment to 67 S 1090; 
67 S 1102 
Monroe 

Feasibility of Closing 77 H 6926 
Walpole 

Death Row 70 S 1589 

CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS 62 H 3723 

CORRUPT PRACTICES (See ELECTIONS - 
Corrupt Practices) 

COST OF LIVING (See also NECESSITIES 
OF LIFE) 10 H 1750;23 H 1130; 
25 H 1210; 26 H 1250; 28 H 999; 
29 H 1074;71 H 5114;72 H 5085; 

73 H 5989; 73 H 71 07; 74 H 5202; 

74 H 5203 

COST STATUTE 52 H 2419 

COUNSELLORS, SCHOOL ADJUSTMENT 

58 H 2718 

COUNTIES 
Agricultural Activities and Schools 
81 S 2245 



Barnstable 

County Sanitorium 46 H 1438 

Courthouse 67 H 4093 
Berkshire 

Charter Commission 88 S 1608 

Railroad Derailments in 70 H 4895 

Storm Damage (March 1977) 77 H 6289; 
(March 1980) 80 H 6669 

Water Supply 66 S 374; 67 H 5170; 
68 H 4126 
Bristol 

Ground Water Supplies 55 S 620; 
57 S 540 

Water Resources 65 H 3774; 65 H 4049 

Water Mains 55 S 860 
Civil Service 65 H 3302 
Collective Purchasing 72 H 5065 
Contracts Awards (See CONTRACTS: LOCAL 

GOVERNMENT) 
Cooperative Extension Program 66 H 3728; 

71 H 4929 
County Government 22 S 280; 58 H 3030; 

59 S 520;63 H 3131 ;70 H 6125;81 S 2245 
Dukes 

Representation in General Court 
77 H 5900 (App. F) 
Emergency Contracts 75 H 6798; 76 S 1385; 

77 H 6675 
Employees 

Conflict of Interest 75 H 6475 

Five-day Week 47 H 1766 

Salaries 57 H 3148 

Working Conditions 19 H 1451 
Essex 

Fish-rearing Stations 29 H 80 

Greenhead Fly 47 S 60;48 S 429 

Mosquito Control Project 64 H 3257; 
64 H 3616 

Sanitorium 64 S 71 8; 66 S 3062 

Water Supply 13 H 2200;27 H 211; 
28 H 301 ;28 H 302 
Fairs, Horse Racing 63 H 3501 
Franklin 

Railroad Derailment in 70 H 4895 
Hampden 

Detention Center 72 H 6363; 73 H 5889 
Hampshire 

Probate Court 49 H 138 



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Home Rule 73 H 7434; 81 S 2245; 82 S 2162 
Hospitals 74 H 5559 
Hospitals, Tuberculosis 

Charges in 43 H 1483; 58 H 2966 

Establishment o£ 16 H 6;16 H 1758 
Jails 65 S 1077; 81 S 2245 
Merger Procedures 70 H 5453 
Middlesex Water Supply 27 H 211 ; 

28 H 301 ;28 H 302 
Minimum Standards for Incorporation 

70 H 5453 
Nantucket 

Representation in General Court 
77 H 5900 (App. F) 
Norfolk 

New Superior Courthouse 63 S 916 

Vocational Schools 41 H 900 

Water Resources 65 H 3774 
Planning 68 S 1133 
Plymouth 

Central Water District Commission 
66 S 741; 66 S 847 

Ground Water Supplies 55 S 620; 
57 S 540; 66 S 847 

Water Resources 65 H 3774; 66 S 741; 
66 S 847 

Water Mains 55 S 860 
Restructure of 70 H 4988 ;70 H 6125 
Salaries 30 S 270 
Sanatoria 46 H 1438 
Suffolk 

Courts 12 H 1638 

Expenses 14 H 2090 

Jail 41 H 1552 ;54 S 622 

Pensions 22 H 1596 
Taxes 43 H 1327 
Training Schools 33 H 230; 72 H 6363; 

81 S 2245 
Tuberculosis Hospitals 33 H 154; 

43 H 1483;45 H 1705 ;58 H 2966 
Worcester 59 S 363 

North South Toll Turnpike 66 S 869; 
66 S 903;67 S 1296;67 S 1336 

Sewerage Disposal 67 H 1956; 70 H 4895 



COURTS (See also REGISTERS OF PROBATE) 
General 10 H 1050; 20 H 597; 21 H 1205; 
56 H 2620 ;62 H 3535 ;70 H 4989; Report 
on the state of the Massachusetts 
Courts ("Cox Commission") Governor's 
Select Committee on Judicial Needs, 
December 1976. State Library Call No. 
MR/353. 01M3/C687/1976 
Administrative 43 K 1440 ;73 H 6090 (Gov. 

Message); 74 H 5556; 81 H 6600 
County 81 S 2245 

Court Clinics 57 H 2725 ;58 H 2988 
District 

General 34 S 250 ;36 H 1750 ;38 H 1719; 
41 H 2575;41 H 2770;43 H 176; 
47 S 450;54 S 680;64 H 3450; 
67 H 5151 
Administrative 64 H 3450 
Barnstable County 67 H 4093 
Congestion 64 H 3450 
Juvenile or Domestic Relations 
Divisions 63 H 3145 ;65 H 3255; 

66 H 3068 
Psychiatric Services 51 H 2134; 
51 H 2719;53 H 2270;54 H 2417; 
55 H 2502;56 H 2659;57 H 2725; 
58 H 2988;59 H 2527;60 H 2758 
Eastern Norfolk District 76 H 5429 
Family 63 H 3145 ;66 H 3068 
Federal 

Consent Decrees 81 H 6362 
Judicial Activism 81 H 6362 
Social Reform 81 H 6362 
Fees 79 S 1929 

Housing Court for Boston 68 H 4498 
Juvenile 41 H 600 ;52 H 1966 ;54 H 2700; 

62 H 3737 ;66 H 3068 
Middlesex County, New Superior Court- 
house 63 S 916 
Probate 49 H 138 
Revenues 79 S 1929 
Small Claims 20 H 597 
Special Justices 75 H 1699 (Gov. 

Message) 
Suffolk County 12 H 1638 
Superior 33 H 1183 
Supreme Judicial, Rule Making Power 
68 S 911 



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"COX OMIISSION" 

Report on the state o£ the Massachusetts 
Courts. Governor's Select Committee on 
Judicial Needs, December 1976. State 
Library Call No. MR/353. 01M3/C687/1 976 

COX JUDICIAL SURVEY COMMISSION 56 H 2620 

CRABS, EDIBLE 54 H 2335; 55 S 640; 
65 H 3682 ;69 H 4708 

CREDIT (See LOANS AND CREDIT) 

CREDIT BUREAU 69 H 2700 

CREDIT LIFE, HEALTH AND ACCIDENT 
INSURANCE 58 S 556; 58 S 815; 
59 S 720 

CREDIT UNIONS 25 H 110 

CRIME 

Against the Elderly 81 H 6556; 84 H 5658 
Charges Against Public Employees 

Reimbursement o£ Legal Costs 67 H 4636 
Cigarette Bootlegging 80 S 2215 
Compensation to Violent Crime Victims 

67 H 5151 
On Public Transportation 80 H 5955; 

83 S 2041 
Organized 34 S 125 ;55 S 590 ;55 S 835; 

56 S 640;56 S 714;57 S 511 ;57 S 700; 

65 S 1080 
Prevention o£ 41 H 2144; 67 S 1231 
Sex 48 H 1169;48 H 2169;49 H 2710; 

56 H 2659 
Sentencing (See CRIMINAL LAWS) 
Sexually Dangerous Persons 66 S 914; 

67 S 1090;67 S 1102;83 S 2154 

CRIME COMMISSION 

First Annual Report 12/5/62 (unnumbered) 

Second Report 63 S 865 

Third Report (1963 Annual Report) 

12/2/63 (unnumbered) 
Fourth Report (1964 Annual Report) 

12/2/64 (unnumbered) 



Fifth Report 65 S 1080 
Sixth and Final Report 65 S 1103 
Disposition o£ Records 65 S 1065 
(Gov. Message) 

CRIMINAL CODE 74 H 5301 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE 26 H 1186 

CRIMINAL LAWS 43 H 1462; 45 S 350 
Furlough Program 88 H 5437 
Grand Jury 87 S 1626 
Revision 79 H 5593;81 H 6304; 

82 H 5830 
Sentencing 

Alternative 87 S 2061 

Uniform 79 H 5593;81 H 6304;82 H 5830 

CRIMINALLY INSANE (See INSANE) 

CRIPPLES (See REHABILITATION) 

CRONIN, EDWARD J. , MEMORIAL TO 60 H 3072 

CRYSTAL LAKE 59 H 2608 

CUSHING 09 H 1494 

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DAIRY INDUSTRY (See also INDUSTRY - 

Agricultural and Dairy) 49 H 2037; 
49 H 2590;50 S 600;75 H 6636; 
76 H 5339 
Dairy Farm Inspection Laws 32 S 260 

DAMAGE, HURRICANES AND NATURAL DISASTERS 

56 H 2727 

DAMS 

Affecting Great Ponds 68 5 905 
Cat Dam 54 H 2410 
Control Over 56 S 630 
Grafton 59 H 2689 
On Mystic River 48 S 425 ;50 S 535 
On Saugus River 35 H 298 
Middlefield 56 H 2674;58 H 2897 
Shrewsbury 59 H 2689 



DANFORTH BROOK 59 K 2689 



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DANVERS 

Hawthorne Regional Center 71 H 4949 
Nuisances on Beaches 50 H 2236; 51 H 2081 
Sewerage 25 H 114 ;25 H 1175 

DANVERS RIVER (See also WATER 
SUPPLIES) 13 H 2201 

DATA PROCESSING 

State Use o£ 70 S 1161 ;74 H 5313 

DEATH 

Definition of 78 H 5380 
"Living Will" 78 H 5380 

DEATH PENALTY (See CAPITAL PUNISHMENT) 

DEBT 

Voter ;^proval 79 H 5576 

DEDHAM \ 

Boulevard from 00 H 1079 
Rapid Transit from Boston 64 H 3331 
Sewerage 58 S 850 
Traffic on Route 1 54 H 3000 
Veterans of Foreign Wars Parkway 

38 H 180 
Wigwam Brook 60 H 2900 

DEDHAM AND HYDE PARK GAS AND ELECTRIC 
COMPANY 35 H 1349 

DEERFIELD RIVER (See also WATER 

SUPPLIES) 39 H 2050; 75 H 5369 

DEFECTIVE DELINQUENTS 

Commitment and Care 19 H 1403; 22 S 57; 

50 H 2239;54 H 2780;55 S 735 
Laws Relating to 46 S 535 ;47 S 520 

DEINSTITUTIONALIZATION 81 S 1751 

Dangerous Persons 83 S 1822 ^ ^ S l<^H 

DELINQUENT CHILDREN (See CHILDREN - 
Delinquent) 



DEMERIT SYSTEM 35 H 1000; 54 S 640; 
56 H 2505 

DEMOLITION CODE 60 S 461 

DENNIS 

Boundary 22 H 1227 

Coastline, Protection of 49 H 2039 

DENTAL EXAMINERS, BOARD OF 49 H 2273 

DENTAL HEALTH 67 S 1002 ;68 H 3902 

DENTAL SCHOOLS (See also EDUCATION - 
Dental) 52 H 2207 ;52 H 2510 

DENTISTS, LAWS RELATING TO 49 H 2273 

DEPRESSION 32 H 1100; 33 H 1200; 34 H 1301 

DEIENTION, JUVENILE DELINQUENTS 

55 S 550;67 S 1310 

DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION (See INDUSTRIAL 
DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION) 

DIGHTON ROCK 58 H 2681 

DIGHTON-BERKLEY BRIDGE 63 S 642 

DIPLOMA MILLS 62 H 3723 

DISABLED (See PUBLIC WELFARE - 
Rehabilitation) 

DISABILITY PENSIONS (See RETIRBENT) 

DISASTERS 

Chelsea Fire 73 S 2011 
Cocoanut Grove Fire 45 S 520 
Savin Hill 65 H 3912 
September 1938 Flood 39 H 2062 
Natural 56 H 2727 
Peterborough Street Fire 71 S 1668 
Sherry-Biltmore Hotel Fire 63 H 3622 
Thompson Chemical Co. 65 H 3912 
Underground Electric Wires 56 H 3033 



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DISCRIMINATION 

Employment 35 H 216; 35 H 1875; 

45 H 337 ;46 H 400 ;77 S 1467; 

85 H 5661; 87 H 5900; 
Gov. Message 76 S 1310 
Sex -based 76 S 1689; 77 S 1500; 85 H 5661; 

87 H 5900 
Zoning 68 S 1133 

DISEASES (See also PUBLIC HEALIH - 
WORKMEN'S aM>ENSATION) 
Animal 53 H 2854 
Industrial 34 H 1350 
Preventable 49 H 2100 

DIVING EQUIPMENT (See SKIN DIVING) 

DOCTORS 

Registration of 74 S 1782 

DOGFISH 17 H 7 

DOG RACING (See RACING) 

DOGS 

Recodification of Laws re; 77 S 1484 
Spay and Neuter Clinics 75 H 5373 

DOGS, LAWS RELATING TO 18 H 25; 

28 H 1200; 77 S 1484 

DOMESTIC RELATIONS COURTS (See COURTS 
- District) 

DORCHESTER DISTRICT 

Bay 57 H 2657 

Lower Mills Dam 73 H 5899 

Park 33 H 5 

Rapid Transit 21 H 1262; 22 H 802 

Savin Hill Ave. , Explosion 65 H 3912 

Sewerage 43 H 1278 

DRACUT 

Merrimack River 63 H 3135 

DRAINAGE (See SWAMPLANDS) 



DRAGGING (See also INDUSTRY - Fishing, 
Trawling and Dragging Laws) 
Appendices E and F of 32 H 1230 

DRIVING SCHOOLS 53 H 2419 

DROUGHTS, WATER SUPPLY FOR 59 H 2791; 
66 S 930 

DRUGS (See NARCOTICS) 

DRUNKENNESS (See ALCOHOLISM) 

DUCK POND 59 H 2608 

DUG POND 59 H 2608 

DUKES COUNTY (See COUNTIES) 

DUNHAM POND 31 H 353 

DUTCH ELM DISEASE 56 H 2636 ;60 H 2757 

DUXBURY 

Beach 29 H 83 

Island Creek Pond 27 H 227 

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EARMARKED FUNDS 52 H 2323 

EAST BOSTON 

Aiiport 41 H 2484 

Armory 26 H 564 ;41 H 2262 ;47 H 277 

Dredging Adjacent Waters 69 H 4108 

Harbor 43 S 3 

Parkway 31 S 7 

Rapid Transit 36 H 141 ;37 H 1573; 

38 H 2030 ;43 H 146 
Recreational Facilities 46 H 1604 
Tunnel 21 H 1157;21 H 2132 

EAST BOSTON TUNNEL 51 H 2132 

EAST MOUNTAIN STATE FOREST 58 H 2940 

EASTERN MASSACHUSETTS STREET RAILWAY 
COMPANY 32 S 265 



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EASTON 

Hockomock Swamp Area 58 H 2940 

EAVESDROPPING (See also WIRETAPPING) 

Electronic 67 S 1198;67 S 1469;68 S 1132 

ECONOMIC DEVELOHHENT 56 H 2451; 
56 H 3249; 57 H 3009 

Business Competitiveness (See ANTI- 
TAKEOVER LAWS) 

Massachusetts Economic Development Bank 
75 S 2050 

Plant Closings 83 2162 

State Economy § Growth Potential 
71 S 1315; 75 H 2050 

Tax Exempt Bonds 80 S 2183 

EDGARTOWN 

Beaches 43 H 144 ;45 H 7;46 H 139 
Great Pond Channel 37 H 323 
Trapp Pond 43 H 144 

EDUCATION 

General 19 S 330;24 H 1700; 30 H 999; 
38 H 1612;41 S 620;46 H 1619; 
47 H 1899; 48 H 2050; 49 H 2300; 
50 H 2148;50 H 2324;51 H 2324; 

52 H 2051 ;52 H 2520;65 H 3300; 
65 H 3301; 65 H 4300; 75 H 6474; 
84 H 5000 

Agricultural - Report made in 1918 by a 
Joint Board of Conunission on Economy 
and Efficiency, Commissioner of Educa- 
tion and three persons appointed by 
Governor; 12 H 5; 14 H 2164; 24 H 1823; 
59 S 363 

Blind 00 H 1364 

Bus Transportation for Private School 
Children 50 H 2558 

Compulsory 30 H 999; 59 S 467 

Computer Technology 84 H 5000 

Constitutional Law 70 H 5368; 74 H 5995 

Correspondence Schools 62 H 3723 

Crippled Children 04 H 1044 

Curriculum Reform 84 H 5000 

Deaf 13 H 2415 

Demonstration Scholarship Program 
74 H 5995 

Dental 52 H 2207;52 H 2510;52 H 2520; 

53 H 2798;54 S 700;54 S 720;54 H 2523; 
55 S 635 

Early Childhood Programs 84 H 5000 



Educationally Disadvantaged Children 

Programs 67 S 1518; 74 H 5995; 77 H 6429 
Equal Educational Opportunity 71 H 5447; 

74 H 5995; 75 H 6474; 77 H 6429; 

78 H 5267;78 H 5630 
Facilities - Urban Renewal 63 S 729 
Federal Aid 70 H 5368 
Financing 75 H 6474; 84 H 5000 
Handicapped Children 70 H 5769 
Handicrafts 41 H 2666 ;43 H 1274 
Higher 24 H 1700; 58 H 3035; 58 S 760; 

61 S 550;64 S 764;64 S 864;65 S 827; 

68 S 909;68 S 914 

Master Plan 87 H 6051 

Reorganization 80 S 2271 
Housing 70 H 4998 
In Jails 18 H 1255 
Innovative Programs 84 H 5000 
Junior Colleges 43 H 1335 ;48 H 2050; 

50 Ji 2324 (p. 42);/' 51 H 2324 (p. 31); 

57 H 2850;58 H 2719;58 H 3039;58 S 760 
Local 03 S 343;13 H 423;15 H 1752; 

47 H 1899; 74 H 5995; 75 H 6474 

81 H 6291; 84 H 5000 
Lowell Tech-Lowell State, Merger 

73 H 6276 
Medical 52 H 2207;52 H 2510;52 H 2520; 

53 H 2798;54 H 2523;54 S 700;54 S 720; 

55 S 635;62 S 627 
Military - Report made in 1915 by 

Governor's Commission on Military 

Education and Reserve 
Personnel, Compact on Certification of 

68 S 970 
Police 69 H 4591 

Private Scholarship Plans 68 S 914 
Private Schools 

Educational Vouchers 74 H 5995 

State Aid to Higher Education 
73 H 6106 

State Payment of Teachers' Salaries 
70 H 5368 
Professional Development 84 H 5000 
Public Schools (See EDUCATION - 

Local) 
Racial Imbalance 73 S 1816 
Regional High Schools 49 H 2300 
Salaries and Benefits at State Colleges 

61 S 550 
Special Programs 69 H 4591 

Auditing of Reimbursements 82 H 5893 



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State Aid (See also STATE AID) 
For Higher 48 H 2050; 64 S 764; 
64 S 864;65 S 827;73 H 6106 
For Local 47 H 1899; 51 H 2324; 
52 H 2323; 55 H 2600; 56 S 570; 
57 H 2652;59 S 672;70 H 5368; 
71 H 5447; 73 H 7546; 75 H 6474; 
81 H 6291; 84 H 5000 
For Private 70 S 1415; 70 H 5368 
State Assumption o£ Local Costs 

71 H 5447; 75 H 6474 
State Colleges 

Free Tuition 68 S 909 
State Scholarship and Loan Program 

64 S 764; 68 S 914; 69 H 4591 
State Wards 53 H 2166 
Talented Pupils Program 62 H 3710; 

67 S 1337 
Teachers' Certification 38 H 1612; 

50 H 2342; 84 H 5000 

Teachers' Colleges (See also NORMAL 
SCHOOLS) 41 H 2275 ;48 H 2050; 

51 H 2324; 54 H 2290; 55 H 2770; 
58 H 3035 ;61 S 550 

Anderson (Homer) report on State 
Teachers' Colleges, State Library- 
Call No. Para. 370.73 M3 S74r2; 
58 S 670 
Fitchburg 65 S 3464 
Television 53 S 513; 53 S 740; 54 S 820; 

55 S 810 
Transportation 13 H 423 ;29 H 212; 

49 H 2300; 50 H 2558 
Tuition Voucher System 74 H 5995 
University Extension 12 H 1647; 15 H 485; 

62 H 3723 ;72 H 5006 
Vocational 06 S 349; 72 H 6366; 76 S 1579; 

77 S 2010 
Youth 41 S 620 



Corrupt Practices 54 H 2424 
Lower Voting Ages 68 S 997 
Primary and Elections 
Ballot Positions 74 H 5312 
Independent Candidates 75 K 6151 
Laws Relating to 28 H 28;43 H 1370; 

43 H 1371 ;43 H 1486;43 H 1489; 

43 H 1825;45 H 1700;46 H 1602; 

46 H 1603;66 S 770;66 S 823; 

69 H 471 5; 70 H 4994 
Minor Political Parties 75 H 6151 
Pre-Primary Convention 32 S 389; 

69 H 4715 
Presidential Primaries 49 H 2048; 

69 H 4715 
Registration 38 H 1600; 70 H 4994 
School Committees 76 H 4411 
Short Ballot 27 S 232 
Uniform, Dates for 70 H 4994 
Voter Identification and Registration 

73 H 5970 
Voter Participation 70 H 4994 
Voting by Mentally 111 75 H 5360 
Voting by Paupers 67 S 1103 
Voting by Prisoners 75 H 5360 
Recall of Local Officials 79 H 5690 
State Ballot Law Commission 66 S 770 

ELECTRIC OMIUNICATION AND POWER SYSTEMS 
UNDERGROUND INSTALLATION 56 H 3033 

ELECmiC ROLL CALLS 57 H 2779; 61 S 480 

ELECIRIFICATION OF RAILROADS 36 H 139 

ELECmOLOGISTS 56 H 2725 

ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING (See DATA 
PROCESSING) 



EDWARDS, KELCEY AND BECK REPORT 57 S 740 

EDWARDS, MAJOR-GENERAL CLARENCE R. 

32 S 10 



ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT, USE OF IN LEGIS- 
LATIVE PROCEDURE 61 S 480 

ELEVATORS 53 H 393 



ELDERLY (See AGED PERSONS) 

ELECTIONS 
Absentee Voting 66 S 790; 75 H 5360 

79 H 6871 
Administration of, Centralized System 
78 H 5759 



ELL POND 

Pollution of 73 H 5898 

ELLIS POND 53 H 392 
ELMS 56 H 2636 



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EMBALMERS (See FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND 
EMBAIMERS) 

EMERGENCY HOUSING COMMISSION 47 H 1643; 
47 H 2303 

EMERGENCY PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSION (See 
PUBLIC WORKS) 

EMINENT DOMAIN 16 H 1750; 57 H 2738; 
62 H 3657 
Displaced Persons 62 H 3495 

EMPLOYMENT (See also LABOR) 

Affirmative Action 77 S 1467 

Aged 35 H 216; 35 H 1875; 57 H 3000 

Agencies 14 H 2300; 63 S 655 

Cardiac, Relation to 58 H 3005 

Comparable Worth 85 H 5661; 87 H 5900 

Discrimination in 35 H 216; 35 H 1875; 
45 H 337;46 H 400;77 S 1467;85 H 5661; 
87 H 5900 

Fair Practices 46 H 400 

Handicapped Persons 56 H 2790 ;62 H 3420 

Migrant Labor 67 S 1303 

Minorities 77 S 1467 

Negroes 

Governor's Commission on Employment 
Problems of Negroes: Preliminary re- 
port Nov. 5, 1941, State Library Call 
No. Pam 331. 9m3 C735 Pr - Final Report 
1942, Pam 331. 9m3 C735 r 

Offices 

Governor's Commission to Investigate 
Employment Offices: Report May 1911 
12 H 1651;32 H 1100 
Women and Children 14 H 2126 ;49 H 2153 

Opportunities for Urban Poor 69 S 1540 

Pay Equity 85 H 5661 

Sex Segregation 85 H 5661 

Stabilization of 32 H 1100;33 H 1200; 
75 S 2050 

Youth 41 S 620 

EMPLOYMENT SECURITY (See INSURANCE - 
Unemployment) 

EMPLOYMENT SECURITY ACT 

Benefit Structure 69 S 1167 
Public Employees 72 S 1243 
Voluntary Coverage for Nonprofit Insti- 
tution Employees 63 H 3150 



ENGINEERS 

Statute of Limitations for Malpractice 
68 S 1050 

ENERGY (See FUEL; and ENVIRONMENTAL 
CONTROL) 

ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 

Areas of Critical Concern 75 H 5364 
Constitutional and Statutory Protection 

71 H 5301 
Hazardous Materials 

Liability for Release of 85 H 6600 

Low-Level Radioactive IVaste 86 H 5000 

Storage Sites 79 H 5591 

Transportation 79 H 5591 

Waste Facilities 80 H 6756 ;82 H 5831 
Hydropower Licensing 79 H 5592 
Motor Vehicle Emissions 79 H 6544 
Offshore Oil Development 72 S 1393; 

75 S 1800;78 K 5850 
Pilgrim Nuclear Plant 87 S 2023 
Power Plant Siting 72 S 1273;73 H 5891; 

73 H 5892;73 H 6190;74 H 6297; 

75 H 5349 
Water Supplies 79 H 5 5 96; 80 H 5869; 

81 H 6301 

EPILEPTICS 46 S 425 

EQUAL RIGHTS 

Federal Constitutional Amendment 

72 S 1537 

Sex Discrimination 77 S 1689 
State Constitutional Amendment on 

Effect on Statutes 76 S 1689; 77 S 1500 

EQUALIZATION AND APPORTIONMENT 

38 H 1709;43 H 1327;56 H 2529; 
56 H 3022; 56 H 3286; 59 H 2833; 
87 H 2472 

EQUINE ENCEPHALOMYELITIS 41 H 2260; 
58 H 3029;59 H 2587;60 H 2650; 
61 H 2600 ;62 H 3465 

EQUITIES 

Dealers in 77 H 5638 

ESCHEAT OF ESTATES 28 H 1 
ESSEX COUNTY (See COUNTIES) 



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ESSEX 

Chebacco Lake 58 H 2485 
Navigable Rivers o£ 59 H 2689 

ESTATE TAXES (See TAXATION) 

EIHICS (See also CODES; CONFLICT OF 
INTHUEST) 
Code o£ Government 61 S 650 ;62 H 3343; 

62 H 3650 
House Conifflittee Reports 

Locks for Voting Machines 77 H 6444 
Roll Calls 77 H 6445 
Standards o£ Conduct 77 K 6609 
WBZ-TV Allegations 77 H 6703 
Local Employees 80 H 5867 

Financial Disclosure 80 H 5867 
Senate Committee Reports 
Annual Report 77 S 2011 
Standards o£ Conduct 77 S 1483; 
77 S 1859;81 S 2362 
DiCarlo, Senator Joseph J.C. 

77 S 1483 
MacKenzie, Senator Ronald C. 
77 S 1483 

EVERETT 

Grade Crossing 67 S 1184 
Mystic River Dam 48 S 425 
Offensive Odors 33 H 1171 
Overpass 28 H 3;35 H 221 
Public Bath House 34 H 149 
Sewerage 58 S 850 

EXAMINATION PAPERS, STATE DEPARTMENTS 

48 H 145 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL (See GOVERNOR'S 
COUNCIL) 

EXECUTIVE ORDERS 

Gubernatorial 81 H 6557 
Presidential 81 H 6557 

EXEMPTIONS FROM TAXATION, REAL ESTATE 

49 S 605;70 S 1429;72 H 5969 



EXPENDITURES, PUBLIC (See STATE 
FINANCES) 

EXPLOSIONS (See DISASTERS) 

EXTENDED COVERAGE ENDORSEMENT 56 S 471; 
60 H 2716 



FACE BLEACHES 03 S 310 

FACSIMILE, SIGNATURE OF GOVERNOR 

37 J 1714 

FACTORY POND, BRAINTREE 

Fish Ladder 66 H 3557 

FAIR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES 46 H 400 
FAIR TRADE LAW 75 H 6636 

FAIRHAVEN 

Harbor 47 S 560 ;48 H 149 ;49 H 2036; 
51 H 2120;53 H 2161 ;54 H 2379: 
55 H 2372;56 H 2610;58 H 2646 

New Bedford-Fairhaven Bridge 67 H 5371; 
69 S 1166 

FALL RIVER 

Beach on Taunton River 77 H 5346 

Boston Expressway 55 H 2432 

Cook Pond 68 H 4093 

Port 15 H 1800;17 H 228;47 H 110 

Slade's Ferry Bridge 23 H 1504; 69 H 4104 

FALSE ADVERTISING 61 H 3060 

Fraud Against the Elderly 81 H 6556 

FAMILY COURTS (See COURTS - 
District) 

FARM LAND 58 S 680 ;66 H 3769 

FARM TAXATION (See TAXATION - FARM) 

FASCISTS (See COMMUNISM) 

FEDERAL ADVISORY COMMISSION ON INTER- 
GOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS 64 S 860 



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FEDERAL AID HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION 

59 S 501; 74 H 5996 

FEDERAL AID TO EDUCATION 
Judicial Decision 70 H 5368 
Statutes 70 H 5368 

FEDERAL BASE CONVERSION 74 H 6303 

FEDERAL CIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD, 
REPORTS OF 56 H 2456 

FEDERAL FUNDS FOR MASSACHUSETTS 

58 H 2929 ;68 S 980 
Cities and Tovms 69 S 1260 
Commuter Railroad Service 74 S 1698 
Highway Construction 59 S 501 ;74 H 5996 
Mass Transit 69 S 1270; 74 H 5996 

MV Emissions Inspection Program 
79 H 6544 

FEDERAL FUNDS, USE OF; FOR RAPID 'mANSIT 
FACILITIES 58 5 670; 74 H 5996 

FEDERAL HOUSING LEGISLATION 49 S 770; 

60 S 451; 70 H 6084 ;70 H 6192 

FEDERAL REGULATION OF BOATING 56 H 3028; 

59 H 2971 

FEDERAL SECURITIES ACT OF 1933 38 H 571; 
77 H 5638 

FEDERALISM 

Executive Order 87 H 6133 
Garcia Decision 87 H 6133 
State Sovereignty 87 H 6133 

FEEBLE-MINDED 46 S 425 

FEES (See also LICENSES) 
Court 79 S 1929 
State, County and Local 

Architects 53 H 2360 

Electricians 53 H 2472 

Hairdressers and Beauty Shops 
51 H 2102 

Public Officers 33 S 5 

Public Safety 63 H 3099 

Public Utilities Department 28 H 4 

State 50 H 2166 

State Agencies 87 H 5300 
User Fees and Charges 83 H 6120 



FELONY 24 H 224 

FIDUCIARIES, BANKS AS 46 S 520 

FINANCE CONTRACTS 58 S 556; 58 5 815; 
59 S 720 

FINANCES, STATE (See STATE FINANCES) 

FIREFIGHTER'S DUTIES 62 H 3655 

FIRE PROTECTION 

Asbestos in Public Buildings and Schools 

77 H 5344 
Cities and Towns 13 H 2088; 30 H 1060; 

31 H 129;50 H 2087 
Forests (See FOREST FIRES) 
Hazardous Materials 79 H 5591 

Transportation 79 H 5591 

Storage 79 H 5591 
Hotels 63 H 3622 
Nursing Homes 64 S 634 
Public Buildings 64 H 30 29; 77 H 5344 
Schoolhouses 17 S 340; 77 H 5344 
Sick and Aged 54 H 2441; 55 H 2898 
State Institutions 50 H 2087 

FIREARMS 57 H 3075; 64 S 756; 65 S 1085; 
65 S 1151 ;66 S 892;67 S 1231 

FIRES AND EXPLOSIONS (See DISASTERS) 

FISCAL ESTIMATES FOR PROPOSED LEGIS- 
LATION 67 H 4895 

FISCAL SURVEY COMMISSION OF 1955 

Interim Report (these Reports consist 
only of Draft Legislation) : 
1st - 55 H 2650; 2nd - 55 H 2679; 
3rd - 55 H 2673 
Reports: 1st - 55 H 2385 (Financial 
Problems); 2nd - 55 H 2400 (Revenue 
Program); 3rd - 55 H 2600 (State-Local 
Fiscal Program); 4th - 55 H 2674 
(Summary) 

FISCAL YEAR OF COMMONWEALTH 47 H 2826 



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FISCAL YEAR OF M.D.C. 45 H 1607 

FISCAL YEAR OF MUNICIPALITIES 

57 S 735 ;58 H 2987 

FISH HATCHERIES (See FISH REARING 
STATIONS) 

FISH INDUSTRY (See INDUSTRY - 
Fishing) 

FISH REARING STATIONS 29 H 80; 59 S 464; 

66 H 3557 

FISHERIES AND GAME, BOARD OF COMMIS- 
SIONERS OF (See STATE GOVERNMENT, 
DEPT. OF) 

FISHING 

Cobble Mt. Reservoir 69 H 4103 
Commercial 

History 67 H 4638 

Marine Fisheries Fund 70 H 5109 
Commercial, Quincy Bay 64 H 3550 
Development Authority, Proposed 

67 H 4638 
Feeder Streams of Quabbin Reservoir 

65 H 3898 
Fish Ladders on Little and Westfield 

Rivers 70 H 4969 
Inland 30 H 1025 ;37 H 270 ;39 H 361; 

56 S 477;57 S 665;58 H 2595 ;59 H 2457; 

65 S 1200;70 H 4969 
Lake Cochituate 37 H 293 
Ludlow Reservoir 69 H 4103 
Marine Management 72 H 5078 
Otter Trawling 59 H 4708 
Recreational 

Landowners' Liability 67 S 1136 
Slade's Ferry Bridge 69 H 4104 
Spear Fishing, Regulation of 61 H 2994 
Vessels 

Construction and Repair Loans 

67 H 4638 

FISHING LAWS 

Enacted 1780-1932 Appendices E and F of 

32 H 1230 
Enforcement 61 H 2994 



FITCHBURG R.R. 13 H 2532 

FITCHBURG STATE TEACHERS' COLLEGE 

65 H 3464 

FIVE-MILE POND 51 H 2183 

FIVE ROD EXEMPTION RAILROAD 65 H 3854; 
70 S 1429 

FLAGMEN, RAILROAD 51 S 533 

FLA^WABLE CLOTHING 73 S 1580; 74 S 1624 

FLAX POND 28 H 263; 54 H 2248 

FLOOD CONTROL 

General 48 H 1765 
Dams 56 S 630 
Individual Rivers 

Blackstone 56 S 675 ;57 S 580 

Concord, Sudbury and Assabet Valleys 
60 H 3120 

Connecticut 29 H 111; 37 H 1774; 
38 S 100;54 H 2393 

Hoosac 29 H 111 

Merrimack 37 H 1774; 38 S 100 

Miller 39 H 2557 

Neponset 55 H 2469; 55 H 3014 

Shawsheen 41 S 50 

Sudbury 50 H 2351; 51 H 2415 

Ware 39 H 2557;48 H 147 
Methuen-Haverhill 80 H 5868 

FLOODS (See DISASTERS) 

FLUORIDATION (See also WATER SUPPLY - 

Flouridation) 46 H 1608 ;47 H 1786; 
54 H 2300 ;67 S 1002; 68 H 3902 

FLY NUISANCE (See GREENHEAD FLY 
NUISANCE) 

FOOD (See also PUBLIC HEALTH) 
Below Cost Statute 75 H 6636 
Cold Storage 12 H 1733 
Fair Trade Law 75 H 6636 
Fresh 48 S 426 ;49 S 373;50 S 630 



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Hunger and Malnutrition 69 S 1283; 

70 S 1416;70 S 1574 
Inspection 01 H 1387;02 S 20;22 H 1273 
Labeling 73 S 1585 
Marketing 75 H 6636 
Meat 23 H 1130 

Nutritional Labeling 75 H 6636 
Pesticides 60 H 2696 
Pre-ticketing 75 K 6636 
Pricing 75 H 6636 
Sanitation 49 H 2100 
Trading Stamps 64 S 912 
Transportation o£ on Sunday 43 H 1279 
World War II 45 S 599 

FOOD STAMP PROGRAM 69 S 1283; 70 S 1416 

FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE 15 H 1751 

FOOTBALL (See SPORTS) 

FORE RIVER, BRIDGE OVER 33 S 4; 61 H 3130 

FOREIGN-BORN 14 H 2300 

FOREIGN-MADE GOODS, SALE OF 36 S 440 

FOREIGN TRADE ZONE (See FREE PORT OF 
BOSTON) 

FOREST FIRES 27 H 120; 41 H 2732; 
58 H 2709;65 S 790 

FOREST HILLS, MTA SERVICE 49 H 2038 

FOREST LAKE 58 H 2480; 68 S 345 

FORESTS (See also REFORESTATION) 

43 H 1410;46 H 1450;51 H 2154; 

54 H 2335;56 H 2866;57 S 740; 
66 H 3769 

Severance Taxes 78 H 5850 

FORGE POND 59 H 2608 

FORMALDEHYDE(See INDOOR AIR POLLUTION) 

FORMULAE FOR DISTRIBUTION OF STATE AID 
TO CITIES AND TOWNS 52 H 2323; 

55 H 2600;71 S 1281 



FORT POINT CHANNEL 27 H 122 ;29 H 1010; 
30 H 190; 31 H 1290; 51 H 2632; 
52 H 1949;53 H 2167;54 H 2412; 
59 S 498 

FORT POND 51 H 21 39; 58 H 3028; 59 H 2608 

FOUR-MILE POND 54 H 2246 

FOXBOROUGH STATE HOSPITAL 70 H 5875 

FRAMINGHAM 

Grade Crossings 46 H 176; 50 H 2088 
Sewerage 58 S 850 
Water Supply 27 H 221 

FRAMINGHAM REFORMATORY 49 S 521 ; 

58 H 3015 

FRANKLIN 

Horace Mann State Park 76 H 4376 

FRANKLIN COUNTY (See COUNTIES) 

FRANKLIN FOUNDATION AND FRANKLIN 
TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 58 S 635 

FRANKLIN PARK ZOO 69 H 5400 

FRATERNAL BENEFIT SOCIETIES 45 H 1695 

FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES 57 H 2977 

FREE PORT OF BOSTON 26 S 30; 28 S 11; 
35 H 1950;36 H 1951 ;38 H 209; 
55 8 610; 57 H 3009; unnumbered 
1975 Report, State Library Call 
No. MR/387. 3M3/F288 

FRENCH RIVER 38 H 1735 

FRESH FOODS 48 S 426 ;49 S 373; 50 S 630 

FUEL 

LNG 

Transportation 79 H 5591 
Storage Facilities 79 H 5591 



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FUEL AND GASOLINE SHORTAGE 

Offshore Development 72 S 1393; 
73 S 1550;75 S 1800;78 H 5850 
Severance Taxes 78 H 5850 
Tourist Industry 74 H 5557 

FUEL OIL 

Liability for Release of 85 H 6600 
Offshore Development 72 S 1393; 
73 S 1550;75 S 1800;78 H 5850 
Severance Taxes 78 H 5850 

FUEL OIL PRICES 57 S 535; 58 S 640; 
59 S 462;61 S 460 

FUGL-MEYER, H. 
His Report on a Free Port in Boston 
35 H 1950 

FUND-RAISING, CHARITIES 54 S 585 

FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND BffiAIMERS 

50 S 490;62 H 3525 

FURNACE POND 54 H 2411 

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GALLOWS POND 54 H 2249 

GAMBLING, LEGALIZED 50 H 2750; 73 H 5893; 
75 H 6612 

GAME (See also HUNTING) 30 H 1025; 
39 H 361; 56 S 477; 58 H 2595; 
64 H 3550 ;65 S 1200 ;74 S 1668 
Commercial Hunting 62 H 3694 

GARBAGE 26 H 337; 58 H 2670; 59 H 2477 

GARDNER, ARMORY 46 H 135 ;47 H 277 

GARRETT, OLIVER B. 30 H 1335 

GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANIES (See also 
RATES) 27 H 1020;27 H 1150; 
29 H 154;30 H 1413;34 S 50 
Issuance of Bonds 63 S 636 
Service Charges 21 H 2 



GAS METERS 16 H 1636 

GAS PIPING AND APPLIANCES 59 S 499; 
60 S 490 

GAS SAFETY APPLIANCES 16 H 703; 
54 H 2418 

GAS STATIONS 

Regulations of Franchises 72 S 1222 

GASOLINE miCES 24 H 1736 ;57 S 535; 
58 S 640; 59 S 462; 61 S 460 

GAY HEAD 

Right of Way to Squibnocket 63 H 3195 
Tax Procedures 65 H 3442 

GENERAL COURT 

Apportionment 63 H 3546; 66 S 771; 
67 S 1558;67 H 5000;68 S 877; 

69 H 5309;70 S 1295;70 S 1380: 

70 S 1484;72 S 1396;73 S 1604; 
73 S 1658;73 S 1782;73 S 1828; 

73 H 7020;77 S 1663;77 H 5900 
Biennial Sessions 34 S 250 

Bill Drafting 66 H 3975; 72 S 1488 
Code of Ethics 61 S 250 
Committees 66 H 3975 ;66 S 1032; 
67 H 4341 ;73 S 1577;74 S 1786; 

74 S 1856;79 H 5911 ;83 S 1880; 
83 H 6824 

Compensation 63 H 3422 (Governor's 
Committee Report); 71 H 5067; 
72 H 3664;74 H 966;74 H 5625 
82 H 6200;87 H 5353 
Conflict of Interest 61 S 650; 

62 H 3343;62 H 3450;74 H 6475 
Consent Decrees 

Legislative Approval of 81 H 6362 
Contempt of 54 H 2758 
Employees 68 H 4386 
Ethics 

House Committee Reports 77 H 6444; 

77 H 6445 ;77 H 6609;77 H 6703 
Senate Committee Reports 77 S 1483; 
77 S 1859;77 S 2011;81 S 2362 
DiCarlo, Senator Joseph J.C. 

77 S 1483; 
MacKenzie, Senator Ronald C. 
77 S 1483 



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First 30 H 1220 

Four -Year Term 66 S 784 

House o£ Representatives 

Committee Meetings 83 H 6824 
Committee Reports 83 H 6824 
Discharge o£ Committees 83 H 6824 
Executive Sessions 83 H 6824 
Joint Rules Changes 83 H 6824 
Leadership Post and Committee 

Chairmen 83 H 6824 
Party Caucuses 83 H 6824 
Rule Making, Exclusive Power 

84 S 2500 
Rules Changes 83 H 6824 
Television Coverage 83 H 6822; 
House Redistricting 63 H 3546; 67 H 5000; 
73 S 1604;73 H 7020;77 S 1663; 
77 H 5900 
Legislative Post Audit 71 H 6056 
Legislative Printing 63 S 850 
"Money Bill" 73 S 2010 
Multiple O££iceholding 73 S 1609 
Post Audit and Oversight Committee 
Reports : ^ 

Report Relative to the Use o£ 
Consultants by State Agencies, 
January 1973 
Report Relative to the Transporta- 
tion o£ Handicapped Children to 
Private Schools, June 1973 
Administrative Practices in the 
Construction Division of the 
Metropolitan District Commission, 
July 1973 
Use o£ Oil Company Credit Cards by 

State Agencies, February 1974 
Management Audit o£ the Department 

o£ Youth Services, April 1974 
Department o£ Public Welfare - Flat 
Grant and Hardship Payments, 
October 1974 
Registry o£ Motor Vehicles - Data 

Processing Services, January 1975 
Transfers between Subsidiaries, 

March 1975 
Audit of Boston State College 
Faculty Workload, April 1975 



Department of Education - School 
Building Assistance Program, 
August 1975 

Personnel Statistics - Number of 
State Employees in June 1975, 
September 1975 

Department of Natural Resources, 
October 1975 

Department of Public Welfare - 
Child Support Enforcement Pro- 
grams, January 1976 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts - 
Automatic Data Processing Serv- 
ices, April 1976 

Quinsigamond Community College, 
July 1976 

State Financial Assistance for 
Secondary Vocational Education, 
July 1976 

State College System - Faculty In- 
structional Workload, February 
1977 

Report Relative to the Mass. Science 
and Technology Foundation, March 
1977 

Community Mental Health Services: An 
Overview, May 1977 

Department of Youth Services - A 
Review of Contract Payment Proce- 
dures, October 1977 

Department of Youth Services - 
Intake, Evaluation and Placement 
Procedures, November 1977 

Disadvantaged Student Program - 
Higher Education, April 1978 

A Review of State Regulations Gov- 
erning Abortion Clinics, May 1978 

Management Review: Springfield Tech- 
nical Community College, June 1978 

Subcommittee Report on M.B.M. , 
August 1978 

All College Purpose Trust Fund, 
January 1979 

General Purpose Trust Fund - State 
Colleges, May 1979 



^Originally a Joint Committee; in 1982, reorganized as separate House and Senate 
Committees. 



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Department of Mental Health - 
Bridgewater Treatment Center, 
August 1979 

MDC Southboro Flouridation and pH 
Control Facility, September 1979 

University Contingency Fund - South- 
eastern Massachusetts University, 
September 1979 

President's General Purpose Fund - 
University o£ Lowell, October 1979 

Whittier Regional Vocational Tech- 
nical High School Culinary Arts 
Program, October 1979 

Department of Mental Health - 
Solomon Mental Health Center, 
October 1979 

Motor Vehicle Excise Tax Program, 
January 1980 

A Review of Life Care Programs, 
February 1980 

Hazardous Waste Removal Project - 
Division of Water Pollution Con- 
trol, March 1980 

Reconstruction, Route 146, Sutton to 
Rhode Island State Line - Volumes 
I and II, April 1980 

Governor's Office and Contingent 
Expense Account (0411-1901), 
April 1980 

Governor's Extraordinary Expense 
Account (0411-8000), April 1980 

Discretionary Accounts - University 
of Massachusetts, Boston, May 1980 

Department of Public Health - Lake- 
ville Hospital, August 1980 

Lower Pioneer Valley Regional Plan- 
ning Commission, September 1980 

Department of Environmental Manage- 
ment - William K. Webb State Park, 
February 1981 

A Comparison of User Satisfaction 
with State Health Insurance Plans, 
March 1981 

Inventory Control - Higher Educa- 
tion, March 1981 

Middlesex County Courthouse, May 
1981 



Transfer of Funds, -03 and -07 
Accounts, 1979-1980 Fiscal Years, 
May 1981 
Reimbursement for Loss of Taxes on 

State-owned Land, October 1981 
The Fuel Assistance Program, 

November 1981 
Role of State Agencies in the 
Natural Gas Crisis of January 
1981, December 1981 
House Post Audit and Oversight Bureau 
Reports: 

Management Review: Inventory Control 

System, February 1982 
Personnel Practices: WC Construc- 
tion Division, May 1982 
Preliminary Review: Sick Leave 

Program, June 1982 
Statistical Profile: University of 
Massachusetts Medical School, 
October 1982 
Increasing Water Supplies: Watershed 

Management Program, December 1982 
Final Report: Sick Leave Program, 
April 1983 
Procedure 15 H 280; 19 H 1400; 43 S 50; 
52 S 2;65 S 990;66 H 3975;67 H 4341; 
72 S 1488 
Bill Summary and Analysis 67 H 5069 
Carryover 65 S 990; 72 S 1488; 

79 H 5911 ;82 S 1989 
Fiscal Notes 67 H 4895 
Recesses 68 H 4558 

Reduction of Workload 65 S 990; 79 H 5911 
Residence Requirements for Election 

70 S 1255 
Roll Calls, Electric 57 H 2779 
Senate 

Carry-over Procedures 87 S 1880; 

88 S 1433 
Rule Making, Exclusive Power 

84 S 2500 
Rules Changes 83 S 1880 
Steering § Policy Committee 83 S 1880 
Senate Post Audit and Oversight Com- 
mittee Reports: 

Preliminary Review: Controlling The 
Drunk Driver, January, 1982 



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Final Report: Drinking and Driving 
in Massachusetts: Statutory 
Options and Recommendations, 
February 1982 
Preliminary Review:The Regulation o£ 
Common Carriers in Massachusetts, 
March 1982 
Preliminary Review:Controlling the 

Gypsy Moth, March 1982 
Final Report: Control ling the Gypsy 

Moth, May 1982 
Final Report :The Regulation o£ Com- 
mon Carriers in Massachusetts, 
May 1982 
Preliminary Review:The Massachusetts 
Determination o£ Need Program, May 
1982 
Performance Audit :The Massachusetts 
Energy Conservation Service, 
August 1982 
Performance Audit :The Massachusetts 
Determination of Need Program, 
September 1982 
Interim Report: "Driving Under" in 
Massachusetts: The First 100 Days, 
January 1983 
Performance Audit :The Fiscal Manage- 
ment and Implementation of the 
Massachusetts Special Education 
Law: A Preliminary Study, February 
1983 
Performance Audit :State Drug Labo- 
ratory Institute, May 1983 
The Impact of the Massachusetts 
Drunk Driving Law:One Year Later, 
September 1983 
The Massachusetts Small Business 
Purchasing Program: Interim Pro- 
gram, October 1983 
Senate Redistricting 67 S 1558; 
68 S 877;70 S 1295;70 S 1380; 
70 S 1484;73 S 1658;73 S 1782; 
73 S 1828;77 S 1663;77 H 5900 
Sessions 11 H 2046 ;34 S 334 ;66 H 3975 
"Silver-Haired" Legislature 81 H 6556 
Size of 69 H 5309; 70 S 1255; 72 S 1396; 

73 H 7020 
Travel and Expenses 45 H 1739;53 H 2491; 

63 H 3422;71 H 5067;74 H 5625 
Ventilation of Chambers 18 H 664 



GENERAL LAWS 

Legislative Intent 82 H 5882 
Obsolete Laws 27 S 4 
Revision, General 19 H 1270 ;31 S 560; 
31 H 1324; 31 H 1325; 31 H 1370; 

31 H 1650;31 H 1651 ;31 H 2214; 

32 H 1243;47 H 112;48 H 1726; 
55 H 2653;55 H 2654;55 H 2655; 
55 H 2661; 55 H 2662 

Special Subjects ;Revision of Building 

Laws (See also BUILDING) 

Cat and Dog, Recodification of 
77 S 1484 

Civil Service 30 H 1001 ;38 H 1715; 
39 H 1722;43 H 1333;45 H 1675 

Commitment, Care and Treatment of 
Mental Patients (See COMMITMENT 
TO MENTAL INSTITUTIONS; MENTAL 
PATIENTS) 

Corporations (See also CORPORATIONS) 
Report - 1903 of Governor's Com- 
mittee on Corporations appointed 
under Chap. 335, Acts of 1902 

Criminal Laws 24 H 224 ;43 H 1462 

Highways and Bridges 17 H 1653 

Hunting and Fishing 30 H 1025; 38 H 361 

Insurance 07 H 1085 ;06 H 1265; 
06 H 1375 

Local Acceptance 75 H 5841 

Local Government 75 H 5841 

Railroads and Street Railways Report - 
1905/Special Commission appointed by 
Jt. Order, 1905 

Retirement (See RETIREMENT) 

Towns 18 S 426; 20 S 2 

Trust Companies 04 S 51 

Welfare (See PUBLIC WELFARE - Laws 
Relating to) 

Women's Rights 

Effect of State Constitutional 
Amendment 76 S 1689; 77 S 1500 

Workmen's Compensation 54 S 760 

GEORGES BANK 

Offshore Oil Development 75 S 1800; 
78 H 5850 



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GLOUCESTER 

Lobster Cove Bridge 21 H 357 
Niles Pond 52 H 1972 
Sewage 25 S 122 

State Fish Pier 31 H 352; 54 H 2383; 
55 S 599;56 S 465 

GOLDBERG, LAWRENCE R. 51 H 2696 

GOLF COURSES 27 H 150 

GOODRICH POND 55 H 530 

GOOSE POND 57 H 2044 

GOOSEBERRY ISLAND 70 H 4886 

GOSHEN 

Conservation and Recreation 58 H 2940 
Water Supply 73 S 1485 

GOVERNOR 

Disability 67 S 1145 
Executive Orders 81 H 6303 
Extension of Time for Action on Bills 

66 S 677 
Joint Election with Lt. Gov. 65 S 949 
Pardoning, Power of 58 S 566; 59 S 600 

GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL 

Abolition, Constitutional Amendment 

75 H 5253 (Gov. Message) 
Apportionment 66 S 771 ;67 S 1558; 

68 S 877;70 S 1295;70 S 1380; 

70 S 1484;77 S 1663;77 H 5900 
Statutory Powers, Repeal of 64 H 3531 

GOVERNOR'S MANSION 58 H 2486 

GRADE CROSSINGS 

Abolition of 

General 30 H 200; 34 H 180; 39 H 180 

Arlington 53 H 2165 

Belmont 51 S 534 

Cambridge 46 H 176 

Chelsea 51 S 534 

Framinghara 46 H 176; 50 H 2088 



Lawrence 53 H 2165; 55 H 2367 

Lowell 53 H 2244 

Medford 51 S 554 

North Andover 55 H 2362 

Reading 51 S 534 

Somerville 53 H 2165 

Wakefield 51 S 534 

Worcester 33 H 153 
Accidents 

Everett and Chelsea 67 S 1184 
Flagmen 51 S 533 

GRAFTON 

Blackstone River 66 H 3630 

Dams 59 S 533 

State Hospital 65 S 1244 

GRAND JURY 87 S 1626 

GRANTS-IN-AID 

Federal 43 H 1409 ;43 H 1485 ;69 S 1260 
Housing Projects, Liquidation of 

57 H 2815 
State (See STATE AID) 

GRANVILLE 41 H 2095 

Cobble Mt. Reservoir Fishing 69 H 4103 

GRAVES OF WAR DEAD 21 H 505 

GREAT BARRINGTON 

Recreation Area 58 H 2940 

GREAT POND 53 H 2207 

GREAT PONDS 

Braintree 65 H 3866 

Control of Weeds in 55 S 551 ; 58 H 3041; 

60 H 2725 ;63 H 3351 ;65 H 3862; 

70 H 4888 
Definition of 54 H 2420 ;58 H 3028; 

60 H 2761 
List of 18 S 289;34 H 1300;51 H 2127; 

52 H 1970; 60 H 2761 
Lowering Water Level of 68 S 905 
Randolph 65 H 3866 
Rights-of-Way to 55 S 640; 58 H 3028; 

59 H 2608 ;60 H 2695 ;60 H 2761 



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GREELEY AND HANSEN REPORTS ON SEWERAGE 

AND SEWAGE DISPOSAL IN METROPOLITAN 
BOSTON 39 H 2465 

GREENHEAD FLY NUISANCE, IN ESSEX COUNTY 

47 S 60;48 S 429 

GREYHOUND RACING 86 H 5862 
GREYLOCK RESERVATION 48 S 345; 62 H 3585 
GRIEVANCES, STATE EMPLOYEES 45 H 5 
GRISWOLD REPORT 62 H 3535 

GROCERY STORES 

Chains 
Marketing 75 H 6636 
Pricing 75 H 5359; 75 H 6636 

GROUND WATER 51 H 2143; 55 S 620; 

57 S 540;57 S 695;73 S 1485; 
79 H 5596 

GROUP INSURANCE (See INSURANCE - 
Group) 

GROTON 

Duck Pond 59 H 2608 
Forge Pond 59 H 2608 

GROVELAND BRIDGE 43 H 1833 

GYPSY MOTH (See also MOTH SUPER- 
INTENDENT) 00 H 1138; 02 H 252; 
03 H 259;04 H 118;46 H 1450 



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HADLEY 

Flood Control on the Connecticut River 
54 H 2393 

HAIRDRESSERS 51 H 2102 
Aestheticians 81 H 6303 

HALF-WAY HOUSE (See ALCOHOLISM) 

HAMILTON 

Chebacco Lake 58 H 2485 



HAMMOND POND ROAD 29 H 134; 53 S 518 

HAMPDEN 
Mill River 70 H 4995 

HAMPSHIRE COUNTY (See COUNTIES) 

HAMPDEN COUNTY (See COUNTIES) 

HANDICAPPED 

Administration 76 H 5243 

Children 30 S 52; 31 H 1200; 56 H 2790; 

70 H 5769 
Flammable Clothing 73 S 1580 
Others 46 S 42 5; 56 H 2790 
Physically 23 H 1103 
Rehabilitation o£ 59 H 2440; 62 H 3420; 

64 H 3568 

HANDICRAFTS 41 H 2666 ;43 H 1274 
HARBORS, REGULATION 65 S 1234 

HARDWICK 

Beaman's Brook and Danforth Brook 

59 H 2689 
Pond 58 H 2478 

HARRIS, SEYMOUR 

Report of New England Governor's Con- 
ference - New England Textile Com- 
mittee in 55 S 10 

HART POND 59 H 2608 

HARVARD 34 S 2 

HARWICH 

Bucks Pond H 264 
Seymour Pond 55 H 338 

HAVERHILL MASTER HIGHWAY PLAN 59 H 2732 
Route 110 Flooding 80 H 5868 

HAWKERS AND PEDDLERS 29 S 5 

HAZARD POND 58 H 2482 



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HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 

Liability for Release of 85 H 6600 
LNG Transportation 79 H 5591 
LNG Storage 79 H 5591 
Radioactive IVaste 86 H 5000 
Storage Facilities 79 H 5591 
Waste Facility Siting 80 H 6756; 
82 H 5831 

HEALTH (See PUBLIC HEALTH) 

HEALTH AND WELFARE TRUST FUNDS 56 S 458; 
56 S 826;57 S 675;57 S 690;58 S 845 

HEALTH INSURANCE (See INSURANCE - 
Accident and Health) 

HEALTH SERVICES, C(M>REHENSIVE 67 S 1279 

HEALTH UNITS (See also PUBLIC HEALTH) 
Local 49 H 2100 

HEALY REPORT (Salaries of State Offi- 
cials and Employees) 
Part I General Court 63 H 3422 
Part II Judiciary 63 H 3542 
Part III Executive Branch 63 H 3658 

HEART LAW 58 H 3005 

HELICOPTERS AND HELIPORTS 57 S 750 

HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE (See HYPERTENSION) 

HIGHWAY FUND 49 S 632 

HIGHWAY ILLUMINATION 38 H 240 

HIGHWAYS (See also ROUTE NUMBERS) 
General 16 H 8; 16 H 1950;17 H 1653; 

32 H 42;35 H 223;38 H 240;41 H 2189; 

41 H 2763;43 H 1421 ;48 H 1767; 

48 H 1867;48 H 1969;49 H 2058; 

51 H 2146 ;60 H 3060 ;65 H 4389; 

67 H 4600 ;67 H 4678 
Abutting Property, Tax of 60 H 2732 
Accelerated Plan of Construction of 

Special Reports of DPW on 47 H 358; 
48 H 1744;49 H 2330;50 H 2140; 

50 H 2143;51 H 2115;51 H 2121; 

51 H 2151;51 H 2625 



Special Reports of MDC on 47 H 359; 
48 H 1756;50 H 1909;50 H 2128; 
51 H 2097;51 H 2118;51 H 2140 
Advertising on 20 H 1315; 67 S 1239 
Beautification of 67 S 1239 
Boston and Worcester 16 H 366 
Boston-Brockton 18 H 13 
Circumferential 28 H 93 
De-Icing Salts 65 S 2;73 S 1485 
East Boston-Revere 22 H 1226 
Emergency Medical Services on 68 S 980 
Fall River and New Bedford Highway 

33 H 3 
Financing of 50 H 2750; 51 H 2424; 

73 H 7546;74 H 5996 
Hingham and Nantasket 16 H 367 
Lawrence-Lowell -Haverhill Master 

Highway Plan 59 H 2732 
Lighting of 29 H 132; 68 S 980 
Merrimack River Highway 16 H 7 
North-South Toll Turnpike 66 S 809; 

66 S 903;67 S 1296;67 S 1336 
Pilgrim 19 H 1840 

Post-War Highway Commission Reports 

45 H 1850 ;46 H 1612 ;47 H 1750 
Quincy to Boston 35 H 223; 43 H 1271 
Radial 43 H 1271 
Repairs 23 S 358 
Safety 68 S 980 

Salem Harbor-Marblehead 18 K 12 
Saugus, in 52 H 1953 
Six-Year Post-War Highway Construction 

Program (See Accelerated Plan above) 
Snow Removal 27 S 3;57 S 630 ;65 S 2; 

73 S 1485 
State Aid to Cities and Towns for 

62 H 3580 ;73 H 7546 ;74 H 5996 
Super Highway to New Hampshire 

50 H 2323;53 H 2164 

Toll 49 H 2576;50 H 2323;51 H 2576; 
53 S 517 ;66 S 869 ;66 S 903; 

67 S 1296; 67 S 1336 

Traffic Improvement on 41 H 2763; 

51 H 2146;68 S 980 

Utility Relocation Costs, State Reim- 
bursement for 59 S 501 
Weights of Vehicles 74 H 6164 



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HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES 

Effect of Gross Weights of Trucks 

60 H 2880 
Laws Relating to 17 H 1653 
Use and Effect of Salts on 65 S 2; 
73 S 1485 

HIKING TRAILS 73 S 1775 

HINGHAM 

Ways 29 H 133; 29 H 211 
Sewerage 58 S 850 

HISTORIC DISTRICTS 

General 57 H 2953; 66 S 691 
Beacon Hill 55 S 790 
Nantucket 55 S 789 

HISTORIC PRESERVATION 66 S 691 

HOCKOMOCK SWAMP AREA 58 H 2940 

HOLBROOK 

Monatiquot River 53 H 2207 

HOLDING ASSOCI/^TIONS 13 H 1788 

HOLIDAYS, LEGAL 60 S 525; 62 S 404; 
67 H 5143 

HOLYOKE-CHICOPEE AREA 

Smoke 54 H 2472 

HOME RULE 34 S 250;61 S 580;62 S 650; 
63 S 661 ;65 S 950;66 S 846; 
67 S 1030;67 S 1150;67 S 1170; 
67 S 1174;67 S 1354;67 S 1512; 

67 S 1547;67 S 1548;68 S 964; 

68 S 966; 68 S 1009; 68 S 1165; 

69 S 1271;71 H 5302;72 S 1455; 
73 H 7434;75 H 5841 ;82 S 2162 

HOMESTEAD COMMISSION 13 H 2000 

HOMEWORK, INDUSTOLAL 55 H 3118 



HOOF-AND-MOUTH DISEASE (See FOOT-AND- 
MOUTH DISEASE) 

HOOSAC RIVER 29 H 111;50 H 2237 

HOOSIC RIVER 37 S 50; 38 H 1735 

HOOVER COMMISSION, BABY (See COMMISSION 
ON STRUCTURE OF STATE GOVERNMENT) 

HOPKINTON 34 H 163 

HORSE POND 58 H 2484 

HORSE-SLEEPING SICKNESS (See EQUINE 
ENCEPHALOMYELITIS) 

HORSE RACING (See RACING) 

HORSES AND HORSE-DRAWN VEHICLES 

16 H 1755 

HORTICULTURAL LANDS 

Assessment of 73 S 1971 

HDRTICULITJRAL RESEARCH LABORATORY 

68 H 4544 

HOSPITALS 

Bessie M. Burke Memorial 74 H 5559 
Certificate of Need 74 H 5559 
Continuing Care Facilities 79 H 1846 
Cost of Care and Accommodations in 
63 S 634; 64 S 958; 72 S 1525; Unnum- 
bered 1975 Report of the Secretary 
of Human Services on file with the 
House Clerk 
County Tuberculosis Hospitals 16 H 6; 

16 H 1758;33 H 154;58 H 2966 
Farren Memorial 74 H 5559 
Nonprofit Corporations 63 S 634 
Property Tax Exemption 72 H 5969 
Reimbursement by State to Municipal 

Hospitals 77 S 1949 
Reimbursement by State to Private 

Hospitals 53 H 2400 
Somerville Hospital 74 H 5559 



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State Facilities 

General - Report o£ Govenor's Com- 
mittee to Study State Hospitals, 
December 11, 1953 

Chronic Disease 56 H 31 09; 58 H 2966 

Financing of 74 H 5559 

Grafton 65 S 1244 

Mental Patients 26 S 401 ;27 H 300; 
58 H 3250 

State Regulation of 47 S 10 

Tuberculosis 58 H 2966 

Urban Renewal 63 S 729 

Unified State System 74 H 5559 

Veterans 48 H 1740; 49 S 575; 57 S 670 

V/orcester 65 S 1244 
Winchendon Hospital 74 H 5559 

HOUSATONIC RIVER 37 S 50; 38 H 1735 

HOUSATONIC RIVER VALLEY, SEWAGE 50 S 555 

HOUSES OF CORRECTION (See COUNTIES) 

HOUSEHOLD GOODS, TAXATION OF 51 H 2153 

HOUSING 

General 13 H 2000 ;38 H 1706 ;47 H 1643; 

47 H 1748 
Clinic 68 H 4498 

Code Enforcement 70 H 6084; 71 H 4939 
Community Development 70 H 6192 
. Government Responsibilities 72 H 5011 
Court, Boston Housing 68 H 4498 
Dormitories 70 H 4998 
Emergency Housing Commission 47 H 2303 
Federal Housing Legislation 49 S 770; 

60 S 451 ;70 H 4893;70 H 6084;70 H 6192 
Health Standards 43 H 1632 ;70 H 6084 
Housing Authority Law 52 S 550 ;60 S 451 
Laws 45 H 4;70 H 4893; 70 H 4998; 

70 H 6084 

Liquidation of Federally-Aided Housing 

Projects 57 H 2815 
Low Income Families 65 H 4040; 70 H 4853 
New Towns 70 H 6192 
Proposed Policy and Action Program 

71 H 4940; 72 H 5010 

Public Housing 70 H 5000 ;70 H 6084 
Redevelopment Authorities 43 H 1632; 
47 H 2304; 52 S 550; 56 H 3152 



Regulation of Builders and Contractors 

82 H 5881 
Rehabilitation 74 S 1715 
Standard 70 H 4893; 70 H 4998 
Urban Rehabilitation 69 S 1540 
Veterans (See also VETERANS) 
General 46 H 140 ;48 H 1740 ;49 S 575 
Housing Provided for by Cities and 

Towns 46 H 2088 
Rents Paid by 54 H 2950 
State Financial Assistance for 

48 H 1977 
State Owned Land for 49 H 2042 
Zoning Impact on 68 S 1133 

HUBBARD, HENRY VINCENT Forms for Com- 
munity Planning Legislation in 
Appendix D of 33 H 1240 

HULL 

Highways 27 K 124; 29 H 133 
Straits Pond 54 H 2410; 55 H 2449 
Weymouth Fore River Bridge 31 H 302; 
33 S 4;33 S 42 

HUNGER (See NUTRITION) 

HUNTING (See also GAME, FISHING) 

30 H 1025; 39 H 361; 56 S 477; 

58 H 2595;59 H 2457;64 H 3550; 

65 S 1200 
Commercial 62 H 3694 
Deer 65 H 3898 
Landowner's Liability 67 S 1136 

HUNTINGTON 

Norwich Lake 53 H 390 

HURLEY, CHARLES F. , MEMORIAL TO 

68 H 3801 

HURRICANE LUMBER 41 H 2041 

HURRICANES 

Damage by 39 H 2062; 56 H 2727; 
56 H 3033 



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HYDE PARK DISTRICT 

Bridge Over N.Y. , N.H. § Hartford R.R. 

Tracks 28 S 8 
Bridge Over Perm Central R.R. Tracks 

75 H 5377 
Recreational Facilities 53 H 2169 
Street Railways 21 H 1217 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 50 H 2238; 
51 H 2055; 72 S 1538 

HYDROFOIL TRANSPORTATION 67 S 1003 

HYDROPOWER FACILITIES 

Licensing 79 H 5592 
Regulations 79 H 5592 

HYPERTENSION 50 H 2265; 51 H 2585; 

51 H 2861 ;52 H 2525 ;54 H 2975; 
56 H 3050 



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ICE BUSINESS, STATE REGULATION OF 

15 H 1651 

IDENTIFICATION CARDS FOR LIQUOR PUR- 
CHASES 64 S 692 

IMMIGRATION (See FOREIGN-BORN) 

IMPEACHMENT, ARTICLES OF (See COAKLEY, 
DANIEL K. ; READING, ARTHUR K.) 

IMPLIED CONSENT LAW 68 S 980 

INCENTIVE PAYMENTS FOR STATE MENTAL 
PATIENTS 58 H 2819 

INCINERATORS 52 H 1954; 52 H 2360; 
64 H 3270 

INCOME TAX (See TAXATION - Income) 

INDEX, SPECIAL LAWS 32 H 26 

INDIANS - POCASSET BRANCH OF 
WAMPANOAG TRIBE 39 S 52 

INDIGENT PERSONS 

Burial o£ 39 H 1968 
Medically 53 H 2406 



INDOOR AIR POLLUTION 

State Library Call Nos. : 

Interim Report (June 88) MR/502M3/ 

1986/A47/I52 
Final Report (Apr. 89) MR/502143/ 
1986/A47/I54 

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 56 H 3249; 
65 S 947 ;70 H 6192 

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONS 
57 S 640;58 H 2654;61 H 3025 

INDUSTRIAL DISEASE (See DISEASES - 
Industrial) 

INDUSTRIAL HOMEWORK LAWS 55 H 3118 

INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS OF STATE AGENCIES 

52 H 2445 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR BOYS (See SHIRLEY 
INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL) 

INDUSTRIAL TRUSTS (See BUSINESS 
TRUSTS) 

INDUSTRIAL WATER USE (See WATER 
SUPPLIES) 

INDUSTRY 
Agricultural and Dairy (See also MILK 

AND CREAM) 15 H 1652;19 S 293; 

43 H 1485 ;45 H 2;45 H 1724 ;46 H 1450; 

48 H 2037;48 H 2590;49 H 2037; 

50 S 600;75 H 6636;76 H 5339 
Automotive 68 S 986 
Development Corporation 74 S 1715 
Employee Ownership 83 S 2162 
Fishing 15 H 2133;16 H 1755;17 H 534; 

18 H 1591;19 H 1725;31 H 5;32 H 1230; 

39 H 2020; 43 H 1279; 63 H 3182; 

63 H 3190;67 H 4638;70 H 5109; 

75 H 5372 
Milk (See MILK AND CREAM) 
Mineral 57 S 660 ;78 H 5850 
Plant Closings 83 S 2162 
Promotion o£ 55 S 610;56 H 2451; 

60 H 2649; 73 H 6488; 74 H 6303 



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Removal o£ 39 H 2045; 39 H 2495; 

50 H 2590;52 H 2327 
Textile 50 H 2590 ;5S S 610 
Tobacco 80 S 2215 

INEBRIATES (See ALCOHOLISM) 

INHERITANCE TAXES (See TAXATION - 
Inheritance) 

INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM 32 S 30; 
65 S 990;67 S 1512;69 S 1271; 
74 H 5681 ;75 H 5435 ;82 S 1989; 
84 S 2500 

INITIATIVE PETITIONS 58 H 2865; 
74 H 5681 ;75 H 5435 

INLAND FISHERIES (See also FISHING) 
30 H 1025;39 H 361 

INLAND WATERWAYS 48 H 1765 

INLAND WETLANDS AND FLOOD PLAINS 

67 S 1273 ;75 H 5364 

INSANE 
Commitment, Care and Discharge o£ 

32 H 1126;54 H 2780 
Hospitalization o£ Criminally Insane 

33 H 1185 

M'Naghten Rule 51 H 2719;58 H 2988 
(p. 17) 

INSECTICIDES (See PESTICIDES) 

INSTALIMENT BUYING 36 H 400; 43 H 1488; 
50 S 700;65 H 3902;65 H 3915 

INSTITUTIONS FOR SICK AND AGED, PROTEC- 
TION FROM FIRE 54 H 2441 ;64 S 634 

INSURANCE 

General 06 H 1265 ;06 H 1375 ;07 H 1085; 
48 S 431 ;48 S 611 ;49 S 615 

Accident and Health 52 H 2140; 55 S 600; 
56 S 570;58 S 556;58 S 815;59 S 720; 
64 H 3475 

Accounting Methods of Casualty Com- 
panies 70 H 5360 



Against Loss re Investment, Trust and 

Mutual Funds 63 S 885 
Bank Loans 57 H 2803 
Blue Cross/Blue Shield 49 H 2540; 

58 H 2651 ;59 H 2521 ;63 S 634; 

64 S 958 

Cash Sickness (See Sickness below) 
Continued Operation During a National 

Emergency 63 S 846 
Credit Life, Health and Accident 

58 S 556;58 S 815;59 S 720 
Dental 54 S 640 

Elderly Long Terra Care 87 S 1948 
Fire, Extended Coverage Endorsement 

56 S 471 ;60 H 2716 
Group 43 H 147; 49 H 2540; 51 H 2430; 

52 H 2140;54 S 640;55 S 565;55 S 600; 

56 S 570;58 H 3014;62 H 3250; 

65 H 3309 ;65 H 3310 ;65 H 3311 
Medicaid 68 S 967 

Medical Malpractice 76 H 4380; 77 H 5345; 

78 H 5631 ;79 H 6534;83 H 5980; 

87 H 5262;87 H 6186 
Motor Vehicle 

Alternate Systems 70 H 5046 

Compulsory 29 S 322; 22 S 284; 22 S 285; 
25 S 285; 30 S 280; 35 H 1000; 
39 H 2147;50 S 643;59 S 466; 
63 H 3132 ;70 H 5046 ;77 H 6493 

Deductibles 70 H 5046 

Demerit System 35 H 1000; 54 S 640; 
56 H 2506 

No-Fault 70 H 5046 

Property Damage 52 H 1952 ;70 H 5046 

State Funds for Injuries 30 5 395 
Public Employees 43 H 147;72 S 1243 
Reciprocal 25 H 111 
Retired Teachers 68 S 878; 69 S 30 
Savings Bank Life 39 H 2124 
Self Insurance System 69 H 2935 
Sherman Anti-Trust Act 48 S 431; 

48 S 611 ;49 S 615 
Sickness 17 H 1850; 18 S 244 ;45 S 10; 

47 S 470;50 H 2575;58 H 2954; 

68 S 908 
Social 17 H 1850;18 S 244;72 H 5968 
State Employees 55 S 565; 63 H 3150 
State Regulation of 47 S 610 
State Vehicles and Operating Employees 

56 H 2648 



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Town Employees 56 S 570; 63 H 3150 
Unemployment 17 H 1850 ;18 S 244; 

34 H 1301 ;3S H 386;35 H 2225; 

39 S 473;45 S 10;48 H 1764; 

48 H 2175 ;49 H 2360;50 H 2621; 

58 H 2736;59 H 2478;59 S 720; 
63 H 3150;69 S 1167;72 S 1243 
Voluntary Coverage for 63 H 3150 

Urban Area Housing 74 S 1715 
Variable Annuity 58 S 556; 58 S 815; 

59 S 720 

IVorkmen's Compensation, Regulating 
Insurers 64 H 3623 

INSURANCE BANKS (See BANKS) 

INSURANCE C(M>ANIES 

Fire 60 H 2716 

Investments o£ 26 H 1434 

Loans of 50 H 2424 

Mutual 22 S 286 ;38 H 185 ;41 H 2814 

Premiums 43 H 1488 

Regulation of 47 S 610 

Taxation of 51 H 2406; 87 H 5785 

INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION IN BOSTON 

21 H 1524 

INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS (See also 
STATE-LOCAL RELATIONS) 43 H 1509; 
45 S 496;64 S 860;75 H 5841 

INTERNATIONAL TRADE MART (See also 
FREE PORT OF BOSTON) 55 S 610; 
57 H 3009 

INTERSTATE COMPACTS (See COMPACTS, 
INTERSTATE) 

INTERSTATE COOPERATION 58 H 3100; 
62 H 3876 

INTERSTATE COOPERATION COJWISSION 

60 H 3169;62 H 3876;63 H 3525; 
64 H 3620; 68 S 970 

INTERSTATE TRUCK TRANSPORTATION 

43 H 1521 



INTERSTATE WATER 38 H 695 

INTOXICATING LIQUORS (See ALCOHOLIC 
BEVERAGES) 

INVESTMENT ADVISORS 77 H 5638 

INVESTMENT TRUSTS (See BUSINESS 
TRUSTS) 

INVOICES 51 H 2186 

IONIZING RADIATION (See RADIOACTIVE 
MATERLALS, CONTROL OF) 

IPSWICH RIVER 13 H 2200; 55 H 2391; 
56 H 2599; 65 H 4100 

IRRIGATION 15 H 1725 

ISLAND CREEK POND 27 H 227 

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JAIL (See Individual Counties under 
COUNTIES) 

JENNINGS POND 46 H 1439 

JOHNS POND 68 H 3812 

JOINT RETURNS FOR INCOME TAX 54 H 2865 

JUDGES (See also COURTS) 

Compensation 82 H 6200; 87 H 5353 
Derham, John S. 51 H 2696 
DeSaulnier, Edward S. 72 S 1253 
Discipline and Removal 70 H 4989 
Fringe Benefits 70 H 4989 
Pensions for Dependents of 58 H 3000 
Recall of Retired Judges 65 S 786; 

70 H 5108 
Removal of Bonin, Robert M. 78 S 1684; 

78 H 6158 
Removal of Brogna, Vincent R. 72 S 1253 
Removal of Pierce, Edward S. 22 S 493 
Removal of Stone, Arthur P. 33 H 1510 
Retirement 70 H 5108 



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Salaries 37 H 1602 ;62 H 3535 ;63 H 3542; 

70 H 4989; 73 H 71 07; 74 H 5203; 

82 H 6200; 87 H 5353 
Selection and Tenure 70 H 4989; 86 H 5492 

JUDICIAL COUNCIL OF MASSACHUSETTS - This 
Printed Index relates only to the 
Special Reports which have been 
authorized by the General Court 
and therefore does not include the 
Annual Reports o£ the Council vAiich 
regularly appear as Public Document 
No. 144. Its Twenty-Seventh Report 
o£ 1951 contains a cumulative table 
of contents up to that year. 

JUDICLAL SURVEY CQNMISSION OF 1956, 
REPORT 56 H 2620 

JUDICIAL SYSTBf 62 H 3535; 70 H 4989; 
72 H 5685 
Administrative Court 81 H 6600 
Governor's Select Committee on Judicial 
Needs. Report on the state of the 
Massachusetts Courts, December 1976. 
State Library Call No. t>1R/353.01M3/ 
C687/1976. 

JUNIOR COLLEGES (See EDUCATION - 
Junior Colleges) 

JUNKYARDS, MOTOR VEHICLE 31 S 6; 32 H 563; 
67 S 1239 

JURIES OF SIX 38 H 1719; 72 H 5685 

JUVENILE DELINQUENTS (See YOUTHFUL 
OFFENDERS) 

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KENNEDY, EDWARD M. 
Address before General Court 
fterch 9, 1965 65 S 882 

KENNEDY, JOHN F. 

Address of President-Elect before 
General Court, January 9, 1961 
61 H 2660 

Memorial to Late President 65 S 1196 



KING, REV. MARTIN LUTHER 

Address Before General Court 
April 22, 1965 65 H 4155 

KINGS BROOK 57 H 3023 

KNOX, GENERAL HENRY 26 H 219 

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LABOR 

Affirmative Action 77 S 1467 
Arbitration 57 H 2692 

Compulsory - Public Employees 
71 H 5249 
Collective Bargaining 

Commission 72 H 5512 ;72 H 5562 
Government Employees 69 H 4746; 

71 H 5235; 71 H 5249 ;73 H 6194 
Conciliation 38 H 278 

Health and Welfare Trust Funds 

56 S 458;56 S 826;57 S 675; 

57 S 690;58 S 845 
Interstate Compacts 34 H 1325; 

34 H 1641;35 H 1850;36 H 1575; 

37 H 1601; 43 H 1331 
Laws Relating to 48 H 1742 ;64 S 744 
Migrant 60 H 2726; 67 S 1303 
Minorities 77 S 1467 
Organizations 46 H 1991 ;46 H 1992; 

48 H 2336 

Plant Closings 83 S 2162 
Port of Boston 68 H 4852 
Unemployment Compensation 72 S 1243 
Wages and Hours 32 H 1225; 33 H 299; 

33 S 300;34 H 1325;34 H 1641; 

41 S 575;41 H 2180;46 S 530; 

49 H 2153;56 H 2437;59 H 2666; 
87 H 6133 

Women and Children 12 H 1697; 
14 H 2126;39 S 431 ;41 S 575; 
49 H 2153; 59 H 2666; 67 S 1024; 

72 S 1537;74 S 1439 

LABOR AND MANAGEMENT, SLICHTER REPORT 

47 H 1875 

LABORATORIES 57 H 2806 

State Board of Examiners for 67 S 1492 



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LAKE BUEL 66 H 3392 

LAKE COCHITUATE 

Boating and Fishing on 37 H 293 
Sanitary Conditions 12 H 698 

LAKE GEORGE 32 H 179 

LAKE LORRAINE 51 H 2184 

LAKE MARGUERITE 32 H 1220 

LAKE QUINSIGAMOND 

Recreational Facilities on 55 H 2410; 

57 H 2651 
Sanitary Conditions 35 S 100 
State Park Skating Rink 64 S 617 
Water Level 57 H 3023 

LAKE WABAN 59 H 2608 

LAKEVILLE 

Loon Lake 51 H 2123 

LANCASTER 

Fort Pond 51 H 2139; 58 H 3028; 

59 H 2608 
Spectacle Pond 50 H 2135 ;57 H 1388 
State Highway 34 S 2 

LAND COURT, ON STATE HOUSE GROUNDS 

31 H 1280 

LAND USE CONTROLS 78 H 6149; 
81 S 2224 
Agricultural Land Assessment 73 S 1971 
Agricultural Land Preservation 

76 H 5339 
Horticultural Land Assessment 73 S 1971 
f4assachusetts Land Bank 73 H 6488 
Modernizing Regulations 71 H 4941 
Site Value Taxation 80 H 6075 
State Land Planning Office 73 H 6488; 

75 H 6473 
Subdivision Control Administrator 

74 H 5722 
Zoning Restrictions on 68 S 1133 

LANDOWNERS' LIABILITY RELIEF 67 S 1136; 
72 H 5004 



LAWRENCE 

Armory 32 S 11 

Grade Crossing 53 H 2165; 55 H 2367 

Master Highway Plan 59 H 2732 

Routes 28 and 110 57 H 3023 

Spicket River 59 H 2689 

Water Supply 26 H 1136 

LEAD MINE POND 48 H 142 

LEAD POISONING 

Sources and Effects 87 H 4814 
State and Federal Prevention Programs 
87 H 4814 

LEASE AGREEMENTS 43 H 1488; 72 H 5563 

LEATHER INDUSTRY (See also INDUSTRY) 
Removal of 39 H 2045; 39 H 2495 

LEOWERE SQUARE 52 H 1958 

LEE 

Goose Pond 57 H 2044 

Route 20 By -pass. Unnumbered 1977 
Report by the Department of Public 
Works on file with the House Clerk 

LEE RIVER, POLLUTION OF 55 H 2430 

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS 74 H 5341 

LEGAL HOLIDAYS 60 S 525 

Application of Sunday Laws 62 S 404 

LEGISLATIVE PROCEDURE (See GENERAL 
COURT) 

LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH 43 S 50;48 H 1725; 
49 H 2043 

LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH COUNCIL 

For individual reports, consult this 
index under topic headings. For 
listing of all printed reports, see 
LRC Annual Reports: 1st, 56 H 2737; 
2d, 57 unnumbered; 3d, 58 H 2836; 
4th, 59 H 1599; 5th, 60 H 2675; 6th, 
60 H 3404; 7th through 34th, '62 
through '88, H 2000 

Directory of Research Units 72 S 1534 



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LEGISLATURE (See GENERAL COURT) 

LHHUEL SHATTUOC HOSPITAL 56 H 3109; 
60 H 2780;61 S 510 

LEOMINSTER 

Armory 47 H 277 

Smith Pond Reservation 57 H 2816; 
58 H 2940 

LEPER HOSPITAL 21 H 1396 

LEXINGTON 

British Trail 27 S 8 
Highway 37 S 35 
Sewerage 58 S 850 
Water Supply 59 S 685 

LIBRARIES 

Public 56 H 2763 
Regional 56 H 2763 
State Library 70 S 1459 

LICENSES (See also FEES) 
Aestheticians 81 H 6303 
Alcoholic Beverages 34 S 239;43 H 1461; 

63 S 712 
Builders 35 H 217 
Charges, State Agencies 87 H 5300 
Children, Day Care 62 S 765 
Children's Summer Camps 56 H 2706; 

57 H 3315 
Clinical Bioanalysts 67 S 1492 
Common Victuallers 43 H 1461 
Contractors and Builders 35 H 217 
Cosmetologists 81 H 6303 
Financing Business 43 H 1488 
Game and Fish 30 H 1025; 75 H 5372 
Hairdressers 81 H 6303 
Banting by Minors 54 H 2335 
Hydropower Procedure 79 H 5592 
Lobsters, for Nonresidents 65 H 3682 
Lobsters, Importation o£ 64 H 4007 
Mineral Excavation 70 S 1246 
Motorboat Operators 77 S 1414 
Poultry Slaughtering 23 H 1222 
Prospecting 57 S 660 
Relating to Public Safety 63 H 3099 
Tidelands 59 H 2627 



LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

Duties and Powers 72 S 1224 

Joint Election with Governor 65 S 949 

LIENS 15 H 1600 

LIFE CARE CONTRACTS FOR AGED 79 S 1846 

LIMITED DIVIDEND HOUSING (See HOUSING 
- Redevelopment Authorities) 

LIMITED PARTNERSHIPS 77 H 5638 

LIQUIDATION 

Of Banks 33 H 1184 
Of Federally-Aided Housing Projects 
57 H 2815 

LIQUOR (See ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES) 

LITTLE ALUM POND 48 H 141 ;48 H 142 

LITTLE HERRING POND 43 H 285 

LITTLE POND 27 S 19 

LITTLETON 

Forge Pond 59 H 2608 

Fort Pond 51 H 2139; 58 H 3028 

Spectacle Pond 59 H 2608 

LITTLEVILLE RESERVOIR 70 H 4889 

LIVESTOCK, FEED FOR 46 H 1871 

"LIVING WILL" 78 H 5380 

LOANS AND CREDIT 65 H 3902; 65 H 3915 
Consumer Protection 74 H 5556 
Pri-vacy 74 H 5443 

LOBSTERS 32 H 1230;39 H 2051 ;39 H 2020; 
56 S 660; 63 H 31 90; 65 H 3099; 
65 H 3682;65 H 4007;66 H 3557; 
69 H 4708; 70 H 5045 



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LOCAL TRANSIT COMPANIES (See also 
TRANSPORTATION) 52 H 2489; 
53 H 2402; 56 H 2588; 57 H 2800; 
64 S 806 ;74 H 5996 
Crime on 80 H 5955 

LOCOMOTIVES, COAL BURNING 47 H 1673 

LODGE, HENRY CABOT 28 H 300 

LOGAN AIRPORT 

Air and Noise Pollution 71 H 4981 
High Speed Transit to Downtown Boston 

70 H 4996 
Noise Abatement 67 S 1298 
Senator Umana's Statement re Runways 

65 S 1122 

LONDON SLIDING SCALE 1906 Governor's 
Committee Report 16 H 1925; 
36 H 1600 

LONG POND 25 H 209;67 H 4819 

LONGFELLOW BRIDGE, CAMBRIDGE UNDER- 
PASS AT 55 H 2433 

LOON LAKE 51 H 2123 

LOON POND 51 H 2182 

LORD'S DAY 07 H 1160;54 H 2413;60 S 525; 
62 S 404 ;76 H 4876 

LOWELL 

Boundary 55 H 3030 

Bridge over Merrimack River 59 H 2732; 

67 H 4678 
Fire Hazards in 21 S 17 
Grade Crossing 53 H 2244 
Hales Brook 19 H 1335 
Highway to Boston 35 S 90; 37 S 35 
Lowell Tech. -Lowell State, Merger 

73 H 6276 
Master Highway Plan 59 H 2732 
Middlesex Canal 73 S 1518 
Pawtucket St. Railroad Bridge 63 H 3133 



LUDLOW 

Chap in Pond 53 H 388 

LUDLOW RESERVOIR 

Fishing 69 H 4103 

LUMBER 

Public Lands 76 H 4377 
Severance Taxes 78 H 5850 

LYNN 

Armory 32 S 12;46 H 135 

Fire Protection 13 H 2088 

Flax Pond 54 H 2248 

Harbor 33 H 2 

Highway to Nahant 32 S 8 

Lynn Shore Reservation 46 H 138 

Parkway 52 H 1959; 52 H 2378 

Saugus River 50 H 2237 

Sewage Disposal 15 S 450 

Swamp Lands 31 H 1310 

LYNNFIELD 

Boundary with Saugus 01 H 1241 
Pillings Pond Recreation Area 
57 H 2816 



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MAHKEENAC LAKE 58 H 2479 

MALDEN 

Broadway 29 H 211 

Fire Protection 13 H 2088 

St. Mary's Brook 26 H 216 

Sewerage 58 S 850 

U.S. Route 1 57 H 3023 

MALDEN RIVER 32 H 400 

MALNUTRITION 69 S 1283 ;70 S 1416 

MALPRACTICE, ARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS 
AND SURVEYORS 68 S 1050 

MALPRACTICE, MEDICAL CARE 76 H 4380; 
77 H 5345; 78 H 5631; 79 H 6534; 
83 H 5980; 87 H 52 62; 87 H 6186 



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MANCHESTER 

Nuisances on Beach 50 H 2236; 57 H 2081 

MANEXIT RIVER (See FRENCH RIVER) 

MANN STATE PARK, HORACE 76 H 4376 

MANUFACTURING (See INDUSTRY) 

MANUFACTURING, TAXATION (See TAXATION 
- Business and Manufacturing) 

MARATHON DANCING CONTESTS 36 S 45 

MARBLEHEAD 

Nuisances on Beach 50 H 2236; 57 H 2081 

MARGUERITE LAKE 32 H 1220 

MARINAS 63 H 3135 

MARINE BOUNDARIES AND RESOURCES a»l- 
MISSION REPORTS: 
1st, 70 S 1320 (Cape Cod Sanctuary); 
2d, 70 S 1342 (Ocean Dumping); 3d, 
70 S 1405 (Ocean Boundaries); 4th, 
70 S 1461 (Extraction of Sand and 
Gravel); 5th, 71 S 1582 (Southwest- 
ern Boundary); 6th, 72 S 1273 (Power 
Plant Siting and the Marine Environ- 
ment); 7th, 72 S 1393 (Offshore 
Oil Development); 8th, 71 S 1268 
(Offshore Mineral Resources) ; 9th, 
73 S 1550 (ivlassport Out-to-Sea Oil 
Terminal System); 10th, 73 S 1862 
(Governor's Task Force on Coastal 
Resources Management); 11th, 75 S 1800 
(Offshore Oil Development - Georges 
Bank) 

MARINE FISHERIES (See INDUSTRIES - 

Fishing) 

MARKET AUTOORITY 48 S 426; 49 S 373; 
50 S 630 

MARSHFIELD 

Union St. Drawbridge to Norwell 
65 H 4197 



MARTHA'S VINEYARD 

Representation in General Court 

77 H 5900 (App. F) 
Transportation to 48 H 1723; 48 H 2222; 

48 H 2270;48 H 2280;48 H 2360; 

49 H 2050;54 S 750;58 S 765; 
59 H 2535 

MARTIN'S POND 41 H 1010 

MASHPEE 

Government, Form of 32 H 1303 
South Cape Beach 69 H 4106 

MASS TRANSPORTATION (See MASSACHUSETTS 
BAY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY AND 
METROPOLITAN DISTRICT - Transpor- 
tation Facilities) 

MASSACHUSETTS AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE 

24 H 1823 

MASSACHUSETTS BAY CIRCUIT 55 H 2418; 
56 H 2608; 57 H 2729 

MASSACHUSETTS BAY COLONY TERCENTENARY 

29 H 148 

MASSACHUSETTS BAY TRANSPORTATION 
AUTHORITY 

Attorney's Fee - LRV Settlement 
80 H 6227 

Automatic Equipment Maintenance 
(Information Recording System) 
82 H 5834. (Full text of report 
including Appendices on file with 
the Clerk of the House of Repre- 
sentatives) 

Commuter Railroad Service 65 H 4098; 

69 H 5671 

Crime on 80 H 5955 

Orange Line 83 S 2041 
Feasibility of Hydrofoil Service 

67 S 1003 
Finances and Operation 70 H 4892; 

70 H 5454;71 H 4927;71 H 5579; 

71 H 5580; 74 H 5996 



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High Speed Transit, Logan Airport to 

Downtown Boston 70 H 4996 
Mass Transportation within State 

69 S 1252;69 S 1270;74 H 5996 
Master Plan 70 H 4892 
Police Protection 

On MBTA Lines 83 S 2041 

Unnumbered report o£ 1977 by the 
MBTA on file with the House Clerk 

MASSACHUSEITS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BANK 
75 S 2050 

MASSACHUSETTS EMERGENCY HOUSING COM- 
MISSION 47 H 2303 

MASSACHUSETTS FISHING DEVELOPMENT 
AUTHORITY, PROPOSED 67 H 4638 

MASSACHUSEITS HEART LAW 58 H 3005 

MASSACHUSEITS INDUSTRIES (See 
INDUSTRY) 

MASSACHUSETTS MARITIME COMMISSION 

51 H 2122 

MASSACHUSETTS PORT AUTHORITY 37 S 65 ; 
38 H 209;50 S 655;55 H 2983; 
56 H 2575;56 S 704;68 H 4852; 
70 H 4996 

MASSACHUSETTS SMALL BUSINESS AUTHORITY, 
PROPOSED 81 S 2063 

MASSACHUSETTS TURNPIKE AUTHORITY 

50 H 2323;65 S 1080 

MATERNITY BENEFITS 20 H 1835 

MAXIMUM SENTENCES, DEDUCTION FROM 

50 S 550;53 H 2198 

McKEE-BERGER-MANSUETO 

University of Massachusetts Building 
Probe 72 H 5006 

M'NAGHTEN RULE 51 H 21 79; 58 H 2988 
(p. 17) 



MEAD, WARREN J. Report in 38 H 262 

on water pollution in Metropolitan 
Vifater District 

MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS 

Metric Conversion 73 H 7608 

MEAT PRODUCTS 23 H 1130 

MEDFORD 

Bridge over Mystic River 27 H 126; 

28 H 9;29 S 4 
Golf Course 41 H 119 
Grade Crossing 51 S 534 
Mystic Lake 58 H 2943 
Nfy-stic River 32 H 400 
St. Mary's Brook 26 H 216 
Sewerage 58 S 850 

MEDICAID 68 S 967 ;69 H 5453 

MEDICAL CARE 

Cost of 72 S 1525. Unnumbered 1975 
Report of Secretary of Human Services 
on file with the House Clerk 
Long Terra, Elderly 87 S 1948 
Retired Persons 60 S 5 26; 81 H 6556 

MEDICAL CARE, RETIRED PERSONS 60 S 526; 
81 H 6556 

MEDICAL CENTERS 72 S 1575 

MEDICAL CONTRACEPTIVES (See BIRTH 
CONTROL) 

MEDICAL EXPERIMENTS ON ANIMALS 

49 S 620 

MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIANS 
Schools, Licensing and Regulation 

55 H 2403 
Training 67 S 1492 

MEDICAL MALPRACTICE C0^WISSION 

Reports: 76 H 4380; 77 H 5345; 78 H 5631; 
79 H 6534; 83 H 5980; 87 H 5262; 
87 H 6186 

MEDICAL SCHOOLS (See EDUCATION - 
Medical) 



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MEDICALLY INDIGENT 53 H 2400 

MELROSE 

Armory 33 S 7;41 H 2262 ;47 H 277 
Boston Rock 16 H 841 
Ell Pond, Pollution of 73 H 5898 
Fire Protection 21 H 2088 
Regional Incinerator 68 H 4886 
Sewerage 58 S 850 

MEMORIALS 

British Trail 27 S 8 

Browne, John 15 H 801 

Chaplains 22 H 1760 

Civil War Veterans 53 H 2162 

Cronin, Edward J. 60 H 3072 

Generals: 

Edwards, Clarence R. 32 S 10 

Knox, Henry 26 H 219 

Patton, George S. , Jr. 47 H 1082; 
48 H 150 
Governors : 

Dever, Paul A. 70 S 1222 

Hurley, Charles F. 68 H 3801 

Tobin, Maurice J. 55 H 2366 

Walsh, David J. 50 H 2089 
Lodge, Henry Cabot 28 H 300 
Massachusetts Bay Colony Tercentenary 

29 H 148 

Medal of Honor Winners: 

World War I 29 H 86 

World War II 53 H 2162 
Presidents: 

Coolidge, Calvin 34 H 53; 35 H 263 

Kennedy, John F. 65 S 1196 
Revolutionary War 27 S 8 
St. Mihiel, France 28 H 245 
6th Mass. Regiment 21 H 1201 
Soldiers and Sailors 21 H 1142 
State House 48 H 2206 
World War I Veterans 27 H 1099; 

30 H 1050; 32 H 300; 34 H 54 

MENTAL HEALTH 58 H 3250; 62 S 625; 
63 S 645;64 S 858;67 S 1129; 
83 S 2070 
Alcoholism 69 H 5640 
Centers 68 H 4056; 75 S 1776 
Facilities for Children 70 H 5769; 

73 S 1876; 73 S 1948; 73 H 6063 
Patients in Institutions 81 S 1751; 
State Library Call No. MR/502M3/ 
1988/P37/T54 



MENTAL HEALTH CROSSROADS 

Report of the Blue Ribbon Commission 
on the future of public in-patient 
mental health services in Massachu- 
setts, May 1981. State Library 
Call No. RA/790.65/M3/B4/1981 

MENTAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT 
Commissioner 

Qualifications 73 H 6063 
Consent Decrees 81 H 6362 
Practical Nurses School 69 H 4592 
Procedures of Commitment and 

Release 83 S 1822 ;86 S 1636 
Responsibility 83 S 1822; 86 S 1636 
Restraint, Seclusion and Deaths of 

Patients 83 S 2070 
Treatment of Drug Addicts 69 H 5516; 

69 H 5640 

MENTAL INSTITUTIONS (See also COM- 
MITMENT TO MENTAL INSTITUTIONS) 
Accreditation 75 S 1776; 75 S 2067 
Commitment, Treatment and Release 

56 S 700;67 S 1090;67 S 1102; 

67 S 1129;70 H 4891;75 S 1776; 

83 S 1822;86 S 1636 
Consent Decrees 81 H 6362 
Deaths of Patients in 81 S 1751 
Deinstitutionalization 81 S 1751 
Governor's Report 1953 - State 

Library Call No. Pam 361 M3/ 

G772r 
Mistreatment of Patients 

Danvers State Library Call No. 
MR/502M3/1988/P37/T54 

Foxborough 70 H 5875 
Responsibility for Care of Danger- 
ous Persons 83 S 1822; 86 S 1636 
Restraint, Seclusion and Deaths 

of Patients 81 S 1751; 83 S 2070 

MENTAL PATIENTS 26 H 401 ;27 H 300; 
55 S 735;58 H 2819 
Admission, Treatment and Release 

56 S 700;67 S 1090;67 S 1102; 

67 S 1129;70 H 4891;83 S 1822; 

86 S 1636 
Case Studies Symposium 83 S 2070 
Deaths in Institutions 81 S 1751; 

State Library Call No. MR/502M3/ 

1988/P37/T54 
Deinstitutionalization 81 S 1751 



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Health Care 74 S 1655 
Mistreatment o£ 70 H 5875; 

State Library Call No. 

MR/502M3/1988/P37/T54 
Reimbursement for Care 62 H 3380 
Restraint and Seclusion of Patients 

81 S 1751 
Veterans 57 S 670 
Voting 75 H 5360 

MENTALLY RETARDED 

Belchertown State School 71 H 6129; 

74 S 1655 ;75 S 1796 
Community Evaluation - Rehabilitation 

Center 65 H 3986; 66 H 3792 
Monson State Hospital 71 H 6129; 

74 S 1655;75 S 1796 
Psychiatric Services in Berkshire Area 

64 S 858 
Schools for: 

Admission, Treatment and Release 
67 S 1090;67 S 1102;67 S 1129; 
70 H 4891 

Health Care 74 S 1655 

Programs and Opportunities 70 H 5769; 
81 H 6362 

MERGERS (See ANTI-TAKEOVER LAWS) 

MERIT RATING SYSTEM (See DHUERIT 
SYSTEM) 

MERRIMACK RIVER 

Bridge in Lawrence 56 S 457 

Bridge in Lowell 59 H 2732; 67 H 4678 

Dracut 63 H 3135 

Flood Control 37 H 1774; 38 S 100; 

80 H 5868 
Groveland Bridge 43 H 1833 
Marina on 63 H 3135 
Navigation and Power 14 H 2169 
Sewage 29 H 82;38 H 1735 ;47 S 550; 

48 H 148;49 H 2045;61 H 2927; 

66 S 930 

MERRIMAN, THADDEUS 

Report on Water Pollution in Metro- 
politan Water District in 38 H 262 



METCALF AND EDDY 

Report on Sewerage and Sewage Disposal 
in Metropolitan Boston in 39 H 2465 

METHUEN 

Mystic Pond 56 S 467 

Route 110 Flooding 80 H 5868 

Water Supply 26 H 1135 

METRIC CONVERSION 73 H 7608 

METROPOLITAN BOSTON 

Facilities for Athletic Events 63 G 3535 
Proposed Stadium 64 S 748; 65 S 1002; 

65 S 1125 
Services Financing District 76 S 1680 
Water 79 H 5596 

METROPOLITAN BOSTON TRANSPORTATION (See 
MASSACHUSETTS BAY TRANSPORTATION 
AUTHORITY AND METROPOLITAN DISTRICT 

- Transportation Facilities) 

METROPOLITAN DISTRICT (See also NORTH 
AND SOUTH METROPOLITAN DISTRICTS) 
Bath House 25 H 420 

Bridges and Approaches 28 H 2; 35 S 100 
Construction Projects 66 H 3365; 

68 H 4085 ;69 H 2938 
Employees 31 H 6;32 H 3 
Financing - Boston Area 76 S 1680 
Functions of Metropolitan District 

12 H 1615;13 H 2088;39 H 1721; 

41 H 2178 
General 70 H 4988 
Golf Courses 27 H 150 ;32 H 44 
Highways 22 H 2 89; 31 S 330; 43 S 43; 

43 H 1271 
Improvements in 63 H 3400; 64 H 3498 
Lighting Facilities 21 H 484 
Necessary Improvements 51 H 2123; 

54 H 2397 
Neponset River 

Dam 66 H 31 73; 73 H 5899 

Pollution, Regulations of 68 H 4027 

Water Management 69 H 4105; 70 H 4940 



MESSICK REPORT 54 H 2600 



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Park 32 S 43; 48 S 428; 49 H 2030; 

53 H 2169;56 H 2634;56 S 715 

r>fass State Library Call No. 71 IMS M 

59s; 63 S 633 
Police 46 H 138 
Quabbin 65 H 3911; 66 S 808; 69 S 1230; 

70 H 5543 
Recreational Projects 66 H 3462 
Report Recommending Facilities 

54 H 2394;57 S 545 
Reservoir 65 H 3898 
Sea Aquarium 63 S 700 

Sewage 39 H 2465; 51 H 2218; 57 S 545; 

57 S 775;58 S 575;58 S 785;58 S 850; 
59 S 595;62 S 760;64 H 3256 

Shore and Beach Erosion 56 H 2634 
Smoke 54 H 2472 

Stony Brook Reservation 28 H 8 
Swimming Pool Safety Regulation 

69 H 5672 
Transportation Facilities 15 H 2039; 

23 H 1110;26 H 437;26 H 501 ;28 H 400; 

28 H 1148;32 S 417;47 H 114;58 S 585; 

58 S 735;59 S 463;61 H 2824;63 H 3290; 
65 H 4098;67 S 1003;69 S 1252; 

69 S 1270;69 H 5671 ;70 H 4892; 

70 H 4996; 70 H 5454; 71 H 4927; 

71 H 5579;71 H 5580;74 H 5996 
Trustees' Report 58 S 790; 59 S 700; 

70 S 1311; 86 S 2040; 87 S 2007 
Veterans' Cemetery 66 H 3462 
Water 24 H 1724; 26 H 900; 27 H 221; 

27 H 271;28 H 74;32 H 402;33 H 228; 

35 H 222;38 H 262;;39 H 2061; 

41 H 2862;43 H 1334;50 H 2595; 

59 S 595;59 S 685;62 S 760; 
70 H 5543;72 S 1216;79 H 5596 

Zoos 69 H 5400 

METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COMMISSION (See 
STATE GOVERNMENT, DEPT. OF) 

Construction Projects 65 H 3655; 

65 H 4004;66 H 3365 ;68 H 4085; 

69 H 2938 
Management of Zoos 69 H 5400 
Metropolitan Water District 72 S 1216 



Operation, Structure, Management and 
Policies 70 H 4999; 71 H 4946; 
74 H 5311 ;76 S 1680 

Reorganization 73 H 6110 (Gov. Message); 
74 H 4000 

METROPOLITAN HOSPITAL 28 H 261 

METROPOLITAN PLANNING REPORT 12 H 1615; 
58 S 770 

METROPOLITAN SERVICES FINANCING DISTRICT 

76 S 1680 

METROPOLITAN SEWAGE DISTRICT (See 

METROPOLITAN DISTRICT - Sewerage) 

METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY (See 

MrA;MASSACHUSEITS BAY TRANSPORTA- 
TION AUTHORITY rMETROPOLITAN DIS- 
TRICT - Transportation Facilities) 

METROPOLITAN WATER DISTRICT (See METRO- 
POLITAN DISTRICT - Water) 

MEYER, H. FUGL. His report on a Free 
Port in Boston 35 H 1950 

MIDDLEBORO 

Fire Protection 05 H 2084 

MIDDLEFIELD STATE FOREST 56 H 2674; 
58 H 2897 

MIDDLESEX CANAL 73 S 1518 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY (See COUNTIES) 

MIDDLESEX FELLS RESERVOIR 13 S 535; 
16 H 841 ;23 H 49;47 H 113 
Parkway 15 H 238; 23 H 1104 
Public Golf Course 47 H 113 
Zoo 69 H 5400 

MIDDLESEX TURNPIKE 36 H 1951 

MIGRANT LABOR 60 H 2726;67 S 1303 



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MILES POND 52 H 1972 

MILFORD 

Cedar Swamp Pond 36 H 197 ;36 H 227 

MILITIA, LAWS 01 H 1011 ;54 S 625; 
56 S 510 

MILITARY EDUCATION (See EDUCATION - 
Military) 

MILK AND CREAM (See also INDUSTRY - 
Agriculture and Dairy) 
Laws Relating to 38 S 410; 49 H 2037; 

49 H 2590;50 S 600;58 S 625;59 S 105; 

75 H 6636 
Licenses 23 H 396 
Marketing o£ 54 H 2330;55 H 2401; 

75 H 6636 
Pricing of 75 H 6636 
Sanitation (See also PUBLIC HEALTH) 

49 H 2100 
Surplus 37 H 328 

MILK CONTROL COMMISSION 58 S 625; 

75 H 6636;76 H 2969 (Gov.Message) 

MILL RIVER 70 H 4995 

MILLBURY 

Blackstone River 66 K 3630 

MILLER'S RIVER 

Diversion to Quabbin 66 S 808; 69 S 1230; 

73 S 1605 
Leases 54 H 2335 
Pollution 39 H 2050 
Sewerage 51 H 2079 
Water Supply 47 H 1667; 67 S 1095 

MILLIS 

South End Pond 52 H 1971 

MILLVILLE 

Blackstone River 66 H 3630 
Finances o£ 35 H 1881 ;36 H 1969; 

38 H 2076;39 H 2146;41 H 2830; 

45 H 1600 
Industrial Commission 43 S 4 



MILTON 

Granite Railroad Historic Site 66 H 3174 
Monatiquot River 53 H 2207 
Neponset River Dam 66 H 31 73; 73 H 5899 
Sewerage 43 H 1278; 58 S 850 

MINERALS IN MASSACHUSETTS 

License to Excavate 70 S 1246 
Offshore Mineral Resources 71 S 1268 
Prospecting on State Land 57 S 660 
Severance Taxes 78 H 5850 

MINIMUM WAGE 12 H 1697 ;23 H 1326; 

32 H 1225;41 H 2180;43 H 1331; 
46 S 530;47 H 1867;49 H 2153 

MINORS (See CHILDREN) 

MISDEMEANOR 24 H 224 

MOBILE HOMES (See also TRAILER 

COACHES) 65 H 3491 ;66 H 3061 

MODEL CITIES PROGRAM 69 S 1540 

MOHAWK TRAIL 16 H 1606 

MONATIQUOT RIVER 53 H 2207 

"MONEY BILL" 73 S 2010 

MONOPOLIES 19 S 251 

MONROE 

State Penal Facility 

Feasibility of Closing 77 H 6926 

MONSON STATE HOSPITAL 71 H 6125 

MONTEREY 

Lake Buel 66 H 3392 

MONUMENTS FOR CEMETERY LOTS 48 H 2353; 
48 S 546 

MOORE § HALLER, INC. 

Report on September 1938 Flood 
39 H 2062 



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MORTGAGES 

Fair Practice in Mortgage Lending 

46 H 1735 
Foreclosures 36 H 1550 

MOSQUITO NUISANCE AND CONTROL 
Along Neponset River 18 H 1186 
Cambridge 41 H 1554 
Draining o£ Marshlands 31 H 1310 
Essex County 64 H 32 57; 64 H 3616 
Exemptions o£ Certain Cities and Towns 

63 H 3060 
Relief from, in Charles River Valley 

41 H 174;46 H 1439 
Varieties of Moscpjitoes 41 H 2260 

MOTH SUPERINTENDENT 47 H 2260 



MOTOR BOATS (See BOATS 
Regulations) 



Motor 



MOTOR TRUCK CARRIERS, UNDER CONTT^CT 
WITH STATE AGENCIES 51 H 2610 



Interstate Truck Transportation 

43 H 1521 
Junkyards 31 S 6;32 H 563;67 S 1239 
Laws Relating to 28 H 11 20; 30 S 5; 

31 H 201; 41 H 2146; 52 H 1950 
Lights on 16 H 366 

Manufacturer-Dealer Relations 68 S 983 
Mechanics 23 H 711 
Plates 41 H 2886 
Registrar Dates 43 H 1421 
Registration of 32 H 1075; 57 H 2655 
Repairing of 23 H 711 
Safety Factors 68 S 980 
School Bus Seat Belts 86 H 5978 
State Agencies Regulating 77 H 5811 
State-Owned, Insurance of 56 H 2648 
Title Law 70 S 1280 
Weights and Measures 41 H 2146; 

43 H 1421;51 S 475;51 S 580;51 S 630; 

60 H 2880;74 H 6164;75 H 5350; 

75 H 6584 

MOUNT GRACE 16 H 1170 



MOTOR VEHICLES (See also INSURANCE - 
Motor Vehicles, Transportation) 
General 19 H 1450; 25 S 17; 25 S 285; 

48 H 1767;48 H 1867;48 H 1969; 

49 H 2058; 82 H 6019 
Abandoned 67 S 1239 

Accidents 18 H 9;20 S 322 ;56 H 2676; 

68 S 980 
Anti -Theft Laws 70 S 1280 
Common Carrier Plates 48 H 1399 
Compulsory Insurance 20 S 322; 22 S 284; 

22 S 285; 25 S 285; 30 S 280; 35 H 1000; 

39 H 2147;50 S 643;59 S 466;63 H 3132; 

70 H 5046; 77 H 6493 
De-Icing Salts, Effect of 65 S 2; 

73 S 1485 

Driver Alcohol Education Program 

74 H 6163 

Emission Control and Inspection 

79 H 6544 
Equipment 16 H 365; 53 H 2419; 

79 H 6544 
Excise Tax 58 S 645 



MOUNT GREYLOCK (See GREYLOCK 
RESERVATION) 

MOUNT HOLYOKE 16 H 1317;37 H 296; 
38 H 190 

MOUNT im STATE RESERVATION 54 H 2385 

MOUNT WACHUSETT, SKIING ON 46 H 192 

MOUNT WASHINGTON, TELEPHONE SERVICE 

54 H 2972 

MTA (See also TRANSPORTATION - RAPID 

TRANSIT, MASSACHUSETTS BAY TRANS- 
PORTATION AUTTORITY) 
Extension of Services, General 

48 H 1950;63 H 3290 

To Arlington 55 H 2321 

To Braintree 48 H 2302 

To Cambridge 55 H 2321 

To Forest Hills from Dudley Street 
49 H 2038 

To Quincy 48 H 2302 

To Revere 64 H 3330 

To Route 128 in Reading 62 H 3816 



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Laws Relating to 51 H 2565 
Lechmere Square Terminal Facilities 

52 H 1958 
Prudential Center 59 H 2690 
State Aid to 74 H 5996 
Waiting Rooms 53 H 1963 

MUNICIPAL, ETC. (See CITIES AND TOWNS) 

MUNICIPAL LIGHT AND POWER 30 H 1200; 
43 H 1484;59 S 501 

MURPHY GENERAL HOSPITAL 50 H 2686 

MUSQUASHIAT POND 54 H 2380; 55 H 2451 

MYSTIC LAKE 18 H 10;19 K 238;19 H 553; 
20 H 1216;58 H 2943 

MYSTIC RIVER 32 H 400; 38 H 1735 

Bridge 27 H 126;28 H 9;29 S 4; 34 H 176; 

41 S 746 
Dam 48 S 425 ;50 S 535 
Improvement o£ 21 H 689; 32 H 400; 

48 S 425 

MYSTIC VALLEY PARKWAY 36 H 196; 52 H 1956 

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NAHANT 

Bass Point 38 H 182 

Ways 27 H 125 ;32 S 8 

NAMING OF STATE FACILITIES 56 S 525 

NANTASKET BEACH 57 H 2640 

NANTASKET BEACH RESERVATION 25 H 113 

NANTUCKET 

Historic District 55 S 789 
Representation in General Court 

77 H 5900 (App. F) 
Smith's Point 54 H 2407 
South Beach 54 H 2395 
Transportation to 48 H 1723 ;48 H 2222; 

48 H 2270; 48 H 2280; 48 H 2360; 

49 H 2050;54 H 750;58 S 765; 
59 H 2535 



NANTUCKET COUNTY (See COUNTIES) 

NARCOTICS 22 S 440 ;31 S 100; 54 H 2390; 

69 H 4600;69 H 5516;69 H 5640; 

70 H 5035;70 H 6128;73 H 5896; 
74 H 5308 

Addicts 59 H 2491; 60 H 2780; 69 H 4600; 

69 H 5516;69 H 5640;73 H 5896; 

74 H 5308 
Classification and Use 69 H 4600; 

73 H 5896 ;74 H 5308 
Drug Abuse 71 H 61 80; 71 H 6463; 

72 H 5005 ;72 H 5400 ;72 H 5401; 

73 H 5896 ;74 H 5308 
Penalties 70 H 6128 ;73 H 5896; 

74 H 5308 

Potentially Harmful Drugs 66 H 3075; 

73 H 5896 
Prisoners 73 H 5896 ;74 H 5308 
Regulation of 70 H 5035 
Rehabilitation 74 H 5308 

NASHUA RIVER 37 S 50; 38 H 1735; 
60 H 2717 

NATia 

Dug Pond 59 H 2608 
Sewerage 58 S 850 

NATIONAL DEFENSE 41 H 2144 

NATIONAL GUARD 74 S 1480 

NATIONAL GUARD MUTUAL ASSISTANCE COMPACT 
68 S 970 



NATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY ACT 68 S 980 

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT 
Plant Closings 83 S 2162 

NATURAL GAS 

General 50 H 2238; 51 H 2055 

Safety Code 54 H 2418 

Siting of Facilities 74 H 6297 ;79 H 5591 

Taxation 78 H 5850 

Transportation 79 H 5591 



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NAIURAL RESOURCES 33 S 8;35 H 218; 
56 H 2866 ;57 S 740 ;58 S 610; 
58 H 2940 
Coastline Access to 74 H 5302; 75 H 6611 
Inland Wetlands 67 S 1273 
Metropolitan Water District 72 S 1216 
Middlesex Canal 73 S 1518 
Neponset River Conservation Projects 

69 H 41 05; 70 H 4940 
Offshore Oil Threat to 72 S 1393 
Preservation of Natural Environment 

71 H 5301 
Rivers: Suitability for Wild, Scenic or 

Recreational Use 71 H 4931 
Severance Taxes 78 H 5850 
Water Quality Control 66 H 3557; 

79 H 5596 ;80 H 5869; 81 H 6301 

NAZI ORGANIZATIONS 38 H 2100 

NECESSITIES OF LIFE (See also COST OF 
LIVING) 20 H 1500; 20 H 1721; 
21 H 1260;22 H 1400;23 H 1130; 
24 H 1500;25 H 1210;26 H 1250; 
27 H 1100 ;45 S 599 

NEEDHAM 

Sewerage 58 S 850 

NEGLIGENCE 

Children under Seven 43 S 500 
Minors, Parental Responsibility for 
76 H 4951 

NEGROES 

Affirmative Action 77 S 1467 
Report of Governor's Commission on the 
Employment Problems of Negroes, 1940 

NEPONSET BRIDGE 19 H 237 

NEPONSET RIVER 38 H 1735 

Bridge over 33 H 7; 75 H 5377 
Conservation and Recreation Use 

69 H 4105; 70 H 4940 
Dam across 66 H 31 73; 73 H 5899 
Drainage of Adjacent Land 18 H 1180; 

55 H 2469;55 H 3014 



Flow of Water 46 H 1440 

Improvement of for Beautification and 

Recreation 38 H 241 ;45 H 1925; 

47 H 188 
Parking Area in Mattapan 61 H 2822 
Sewage 16 H 1780;18 H 107;27 H 212; 

45 H 1925;58 S 850;68 H 4027 
Water Management Projects on 70 H 4940 
Wetlands 64 H 3567 

NEW ASHFORD 

Boundary Line 12 H 2301 

NEW BEDFORD 

Acushnet River 21 H 1204 

Bridge over Acushnet River 00 H 278 

Clark's Cove 47 S 20 

Ferry to Fairhaven 05 S 32 

New Bedford -Fairhaven Bridge 67 H 5371 ; 

69 S 1166 
State Pier 38 H 373 
Stench Nuisance 60 H 2697 

NEW BEDFORD, WOODS HOLE, MARTHA'S 

VINEYARD AND NANTUCKET AUTHORITY 
(See also MARTHA'S VINEYARD - 
Transportation to) 48 H 2270; 
54 S 750;58 H 2645 

NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 

54 S 700 

NEW ENGLAND GOVERNOR'S CONFERENCE 

Joint New England Railroad Committee - 

Report, June 1923 - Rehabilitation 

by Cooperation - A Railroad Policy 

for New England 
New England Textile Committee - Report 

in 55 S 610 

NEW ENGLAND HIGHER EDUCATION COMPACT 

53 H 2798 

NEW ENGLAND TEL. § TEL. 15 H 1856 

NEW MARLBOROUGH 

Lake Buel 66 H 3392 



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NEW TOWNS (See COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT) 

NEW YORK BOUNDARY WITH MASSACHUSETTS 

00 H 1100 

NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN AND HARTFORD 

RAILROAD) 10 S 103;16 H 1637; 
16 H 1900;57 H 2778;58 H 2590 
Old Colony Division 48 H 2222 ;48 H 2280; 
48 H 2360;49 H 2050;50 S 485;58 S 765; 
59 S 465 ;59 S 480;60 H 2600 

NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 

1939 Fair 38 S 490 

Participation by Commonwealth 1964-65 
63 S 660;65 S 1243;67 S 1221 

NEWBURY 

Grade Crossing 34 S 3 

Plum Island 58 H 3123; 59 H 2676 

NEWBURYPORT 

Plum Island 58 H 3123; 59 H 2676 

NEWBURYPORT TURNPIKE 34 S 3 

NEWFIELD POND 59 H 2608 

NEWSMAN'S PRIVILEGE 60 H 2756 

NEWSPAPER, DEFINITION OF 35 S 165 

NEWSPAPERS 

Legal Advertisements 74 H 5341 
Public Notices 74 H 5341 

NEWTON 

Fire Protection 13 H 2088 

Flowage of Charles River In 32 H 158 

Parkway 25 H 112; 37 H 210 

Road Construction along Hammond Pond 

53 S 518 
Sewerage 58 S 850 

NINE MILE POND 53 H 389 



NOISE ABATEMENT 
Airports 67 S 1298 
Logan Airport 71 H 4981 

NONRESIDENTS 

Motor Vehicle Owners and Operators 

43 H 1275;57 H 2655 
Taxation of 55 H 2400; 76 S 1680 

NONTAXABLE LAND 20 H 334; 70 S 1429; 
72 H 5969 

NORFOLK COUNTY (See COUNTIES) 

NORFOLK STATE HOSPITAL 25 H 115 

NORMAL SCHOOLS (See also EDUCATION - 
Teachers Colleges) 
General 14 H 2051 
Boston Normal 12 H 4; 13 H 421 
Boston Normal Art 13 H 421 
Southeastern District 18 H 418 
Worcester 29 H 85; 31 H 1636 

NORTH ANDOVER 

Grade Crossing 55 H 2362 

NORTH BEACON STREET, BOSTON AND 
WATERTOWN 14 H 1569 

NORTH METROPOLITAN SEWAGE DISTRICT (See 
also METROPOLITAN DISTRICT) 
North and South Metropolitan Sewerage 
District 38 H 187 ;39 H 2190 ;39 H 2495; 
54 S 775;58 S 850 
Reading 15 H 4 

Sewerage Extension to Wilmington 
54 H 2250 

NORTH READING 

Flood Control 55 H 2391 
Martin's Pond 41 H 1010 

NORTH RIVER 15 H 1850;23 H 1175; 
59 H 2676 ;65 S 795 



NORTH TRURO 37 H 229 



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NORTHAMPTON 

Public Works Building 58 H 2486 
State Hospital 83 S 1822; 86 S 1636 

NORTHBRIDGE 

Blackstone River 66 H 3630 

NORTHEASTERN INTERSTATE FOREST FIRE 
PROTECTION COMPACT 49 S 619 

NORTH-SOUTH TOLL TURNPIKE 66 S 869 ; 

66 S 903;67 S 1296;67 S 1336 

NORTON 

Chartley Pond 57 H 2704; 57 H 3720 

NORWELL 

Union St. Drawbridge to Marshf ield 
65 H 4197 

NORWICH LAKE 53 H 390 

NORWOOD 

Improvement of Neponset River in 

38 H 241 
Sewerage 58 S 850 

NURSING 39 H 1997; 56 S 545; 57 H 2576; 

57 H 3126;61 S 510;75 S 1796 

NURSING HOMES 41 S 575; 47 S 10; 

58 H 2779; 60 S 474 
Continuing Care Facilities 79 S 1846 
Contracts 79 S 1846 

Fire Resistant Construction 64 S 634 
Laws 63 S 760; 63 S 970; 64 S 634 
Ombudsman 75 H 5392 
Standards and Costs 63 S 760; 63 S 970 

NUTRITION 

Children 69 S 1283 ;70 S 1416 
Commodity Distribution Program 

69 S 1283;70 S 1416 
Elderly 69 S 1283;70 S 1416 
Food Stamp Program 69 S 1283;70 S 1416 
Labeling o£ Food Products 75 H 6636 
Office of 70 S 1416 
School Lunch Program 69 S 1283; 70 S 1416 



OAK BLUFFS 

Beaches 43 H 144;45 H 7;46 H 139 
Trap Pond 43 H 144 

OBSCENE LITERATURE 56 H 2500; 56 K 3205 

OFFICERS, PUBLIC 

Financial Disclosure 80 H 5867 
Multiple Officeholding 73 S 1609 
Removal of: 

Bonin, Judge Robert M. 78 S 1684; 

78 H 6154;78 H 6158 
Brogna, Judge Vincent R. 72 S 1253 
Coakley, Executive Councillor 

Daniel H. State Library Call No. 

8c65, 1941 
DeSaulnier, Judge Edward S. 

72 S 1253 
DiCarlo, Senator Joseph J.C. 

77 S 1483 
MacKenzie, Senator Ronald C. 

77 S 1483 
Pierce, Judge Edward 22 S 493 
Reading, Attorney General Arthur K. 

28 H 1339;28 H 1342;28 H 1344 
Stone, Judge Arthur P. 33 H 1510 
Recall of Local 79 H 6590 

OFFSHORE OIL DEVELOPMENT 

General 72 S 1393 
Georges Bank 75 S 1800 

OLD AGE ASSISTANCE (See also PUBLIC 

WELFARE: PUBLIC ASSISTANCE; AGED 
PERSONS) 

General 25 S 340; 25 H 1875; 26 S 5; 

35 H 216;36 H 1551;38 H 1702; 

41 S 600;43 H 1475;45 S 595; 

45 H 1650;49 H 2276;52 H 2440; 

57 H 3070; 70 H 5201 
Financing of 33 H 410; 43 H 1475; 

45 H 1650;45 H 1979;50 H 2619; 

50 H 2620;50 H 2750 

OLD AGE DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT 
(See also AGED) 35 H 216; 
35 H 1875 



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OLD COLONY AREA TRANSPORTATION COM- 
MISSION, REPORTS 59 S 480 

OLD COLONY BOULEVARD 23 H 1131 

OLD COLONY LINE (See MARTHA'S 

VINEYARD - Transportation to: 
N.Y., N.H. and Hartford R.R.) 

OLDER CITIZENS (See AGED PERSONS) 

OLYMPIC GAMES, JUNIOR 67 H 5323 

(»ffiUDSMAN 75 H 5392 
Corrections 73 H 7573 

ONE DAY'S REST IN SEVEN 33 S 299 

ONE MAN - ONE VOTE RULE 66 S 771 ; 

69 H 5309; 73 H 7020 

OPEN MEETING 57 H 2690 

OPERATORS OF MOTOR VEHICLES 

Frequency o£ Accidents 56 H 2676 
Lists of 26 H 308 
Safety Factors 68 S 980 

OPERATORS OF STATE MOTOR VEHICLES, 
INSURANCE OF 56 H 2648 

ORANGE 

Airport 45 H 1542 

ORGANIZED CRIME (See CRIME) 

OSTEOPATHY 39 H 2151 

OTIS 

Cobble Mt. Reservoir Fishing 69 H 4103 

OTIS AIR FORCE BASE 74 S 1480 

OUTDOOR ADVERTISING 20 H 1375; 32 H 41; 
33 H 1240;46 H 191 ;67 S 1239; 
68 H 4019 



PAD1ER 

Forest Lake 58 H 480; 58 S 345 
Highway to Wilbraham 22 H 801 
Round or Pattaquattic Pond 59 H 2608 

PAMET HARBOR 50 H 2237 

PARDONING POWER OF THE GOVERNOR 

58 S 566;59 S 600 

PARDONS (See PAROLES) 

PARI-MUTUEL SYSTEM OF BETTING 37 H 405; 
38 H 1704 

PARKER, HAROLD, STATE PARK 57 H 2816; 
58 H 2940 

PARKER HILL 12 H 1713 

PARKING, STATE HOUSE AREA 50 H 2227; 
53 H 2740 

PAROLES 18 S 284; 39 H 2514; 41 H 2; 

41 H 1000;46 S 535;47 S 520: 

50 S 550;56 H 3199;64 S 756; 

65 S 1085;65 S 1151;66 S 892 

Uniform Sentencing 79 H 55 93; 81 H 6304; 

82 H 5830 

PATTAQUATTIC POND 59 H 2608 

PATTON, GENERAL GEORGE S. , JR. , 

47 H 1802;48 H 150 

PAUPERS, VOTING BY 67 S 1103 
PAY EQUITY (See EMPLOYMENT) 

PEABODY 

Armory 39 H 111 

Blaney Meadows 37 H 274 

Sewerage 23 H 1175 ;25 H 114 

PEAT 18 H 546 ;19 H 234 

PEDDLERS (See HAWKERS AND PEDDLERS) 



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PEDDOCK'S ISLAND 27 H 124 

PEDESTRIANS 

Passes and Walkways 76 H 4378 

PBIBERTON 27 H 124 

PEMBROKE 

Furnace Pond 54 H 2411 

PENAL CODE 24 H 224; 43 H 1462; 45 S 350 

PENAL INSTITUTIONS 

General 22 S 280;39 H 2087;50 S 550; 

55 S 750;55 H 2925 ;56 H 3199; 

65 S 1077;73 S 1504;73 H 7573 
Building Needs 58 H 3221 
Death Row at Walpole 70 S 1589 
Employees o£ 47 S 70 
Monroe, Closing o£ 77 H 6926 
Prisoners 

General 53 H 21 98; 65 S 1077; 73 S 1504 

Burial o£ Indigent Prisoners 
39 H 1968 

Delinquency Prevention 80 H 5941 

Disposition for Gambling Offenses 
63 H 3350 

Furloughs 75 S 2131; 76 H 1270; 
88 H 5437 

Ombudsman for 73 H 7573 

Rehabilitation 64 S 756 

Time Off for Good Behavior 38 H 1538 

Unrest of Prisoners 54 H 2955 

Voting 75 H 5360 
Privately Operated 86 H 6225 
Reformation 49 S 521 ;50 S 550;58 H 3015 
State Prisons 08 H 1165; 20 H 1120 

PENIKESE HOSPITAL (LEPER) 21 H 1396 

PENSIONS (See RETIREMENT) 

PEQUOD POND 58 H 2481 

PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION (See also 

CIVIL SERVICE; STATE EMPLOYEES) 

54 H 2352;67 H 5100 
Reorganization of 73 H 6170 (Gov. 
Message); 73 H 6180 (Gov. Message) ; 
74 H 5256 



PEST CONTROL COMPACT 



S 970 



PESTICIDES 

Regulation of 69 H 5597 

PESTICIDES, FOOD CROPS 60 H 2696; 
61 H 3151 

PETERBOROUGH STREET FIRE 71 S 1668 

PETROLEUM (See FUEL OIL) 

PHEASANTS 14 H 2049 

PHILBRICK, HERBERT A. 56 H 3023 

PILGRIM HIGHWAY 19 H 1840 

PILGRIM NUCLEAR PLANT 73 H 5891; 
87 S 2023 

PILGRIM TERCENTENARY COMMISSION REPORT - 
1917 16 H 1945; 21 H 1524; 
23 H 1525;26 H 1136 

FILLINGS POND RECREATION AREA 57 H 2816 

PILOTS 23 H 397 

PITTSFIELD 

Goodrich Pond 55 H 530 

Public Works Department 72 H 5007 

Water Supply 81 H 7250 

West Street Traffic Survey 72 H 5007 

PLACEMENT AGENCIES (See PRIVATE EMPLOY- 
MENT AGENCIES) 

PLAN E 38 H 1710 

PLANNING AND ZONING 12 H 1615 ;32 H 41; 

App. D of 33 H 1240 ;47 H 1748; 

52 H 2208;53 H 2249;55 H 2480; 

57 H 2593;66 S 691;68 S 1133; 

69 S 1540;69 H 4593;70 H 6192: 

72 H 5009;73 H 6200;73 H 7227: 

73 H 7369;74 H 2522;74 H 5722: 
81 S 2224 



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PLATES FOR CONM)N CARRIERS 48 H 1399 

PLEASURE BAY 52 H 1957 

PLUM ISLAND 35 S 2; 52 S 547; 53 S 514; 
58 S 685 
Access to Development 59 H 2676 
V/ater Resources and Sewerage Disposal 
58 H 3123;59 H 2469;60 H 2714 

PLUM ISLAND RIVER 57 H 2693 

PLUMBERS 

Examination of 48 H 2236 

Laws Relating to 30 H 263 

Regulations 21 H 232; 22 H 388; 23 H 399 

PLYMOUTH 

Ellis Pond 53 H 392 
Gallows Pond 54 H 2249 
Little Herring Pond 43 H 285 
Plymouth Nuclear Plant 73 H 5891 ; 
87 S 2023 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY (See COUNTIES) 

POCASSET BRANCH OF WAMPANOAG TRIBE 

39 S 52 

POLICE 

Education 69 H 4951 

Promotions, State Police 65 S 1140 

Salaries 67 S 1231 

Training and Qualifcations 67 S 1231 

POLICE TRAINING SCHOOLS 51 H 2076 

POLIO 47 S 50 

POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS 

Advertisements 73 S 1818 
Contributions 65 S 1080 

Public Employees 77 H 5343 
Financing 66 H 3900; 74 S 1578; 75 H 6151 
Independent Candidates 75 H 6151 
Minor Parties 75 H 6151 
Public Employees 77 H 5343 

POLITICAL PARTIES 

Development and Structure 74 S 1578 
Minor Parties 75 H 6151 



POLLUTION 

Of Air (See AIR POLLUTION) 
Of Water (See WATER SUPPLY - 
Pollution) 

PONDS, GREAT (See GREAT PONDS) 

POOR, BURIAL OF 45 H 3 

POPULATION 

Growth Pattern 75 H 6473; 78 H 6149; 
81 S 2224 

PORT OF BOSTON AUTHORITY (See also 

BOSTON: Harbor: Port) 50 S 655; 

55 H 2983;56 H 2575;56 S 704 

PORT OF BOSTON FUND 52 H 2572 

PORT OF BOSTON, PROMOTION OF 68 H 4852 

POST AUDIT AND OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 
(See GENERAL COURT) 

POST-WAR HIGHWAY COMMISSION, REPORTS 

45 H 1850;1945, Pt. 2, unnumbered; 

46 H 1612;47 H 1750 

POST-WAR PROBLEMS 44 H 1906; 45 H 1710; 
46 H 1580;46 H 1850;47 H 1789 

POWER AND LIGHT, HYDRO-ELECTRICITY AND 
NATURAL GAS 50 H 2238; 51 H 2055; 
74 H 6297 

POWER AUTHORITY 72 S 1538 

POWER LINES, UNDERGROUND INSTALLATION OF 

56 H 3033 

POWER PLANTS 

Hydropower 79 H 5592 

Siting of 72 S 1273;73 H 5891 ;73 H 5892; 

73 H 6190;74 H 6297;75 H 5349; 

76 H 4374; 79 H 5592 

POWERS, JOHN E. , TRIBUTE TO SENATE 
PRESIDENT 64 S 880 



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PRACTICAL NURSES 
Schools 69 H 4592 

PRE-PRIMARY CONVENTIONS 32 S 389; 
69 H 4715 

PRESERVATION AND CONSERVATION RESTRIC- 
TIONS, PROTECTION OF 68 S 1205; 
81 S 2224 

PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARIES 49 H 2048; 
69 H 4715 

PRICES, GASOLINE AND FUEL OIL 

57 S 535;58 S 640;59 S 462 

PRICES, MILK (See MILK AND CREAM) 

PRIMARIES AND ELECTIONS (See 
ELECTIONS) 

PRINTING 

Legislative Documents 63 S 850 
State Documents 59 H 2695 

PRISON INDUSTRIES 12 H 1643 

PRISONS AND PRISONERS (See PENAL 
INSTITUTIONS) 

PRIVACY 

Invasion o£ 67 S 1469; 75 H 5417; 

77 H 6106 
Right o£, and computer banks 

77 H 6106 

PRIVATE EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES 14 H 2300; 
64 S 655 

PROBATE COURT (See COURTS) 

PROBATION 18 S 284; 24 S 431 

Cambridge Clinic Project; Appendix C 

of 56 H 2659;57 H 2725 
Juvenile Services 73 H 6864 

PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION 38 H 1710 



PROSTITUTION (See WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC) 

PROVINCE LANDS 50 H 2191 

PROVINCETOWN BATHHOUSE 39 H 107 

PROVINCETOWN HARBOR 15 H 1850 ;18 H 8 

PRUDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER 59 H 2690 

PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES FOR COURT (See 
COURTS - District) 

PSYCHO-THERAPY PROGRAMS FOR PRISONS 

57 H 2725 

PUBLIC ASSEMBLY, SAFETY OF 43 S 399; 

47 S 605;47 S 622;48 S 480;48 S 570 

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE (See also PUBLIC 

WELFARE :OLD AGE ASSISTANCE :STATE 
AID) 33 H 222; 45 S 496; 53 H 2400; 
54 H 2636;58 H 2779;60 H 2819; 
70 H 5201 ;73 H 5679 ;74 H 5309 
Redistribution o£ Burdens 62 H 3494 

PUBLIC EMPLOYEES 

Collective Bargaining 69 H 4746; 

71 H 5235 ;73 H 6194 
Compulsory Arbitration 71 H 5249 
Conflict of Interest 61 S 650; 62 H 3343; 

62 H 3650;75 H 6475 ;80 H 5867 
Financial Disclosure 80 H 5867 
Hours of Labor 16 H 1672 
Local Retirement Systems 71 H 4992 
Multiple Officeholding 73 S 1609 
Police and Firemen 62 H 3655; 67 H 5316 
Political Activities 65 S 951 ;76 H 5343 
Reimbursement to Indicted 67 H 4636 
Retirement Problems 71 H 4933 
Sick Leave Credit 57 H 2777 ;68 S 908 
Social Security 57 H 2849 
Unemployment Compensation 72 S 1243 

PUBLIC EXPENDITURES (See STATE 
FINANCES) 



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PUBLIC HEALTH (See SHATTUCK REPORT ON 
PUBLIC HEALTH, this Index) 
25 H 1075;36 H 165;37 H 1200; 
48 H 1766;49 H 2100;57 H 2833; 
72 H 5968 
Commonwealth Water Supply 79 H 5596 
Comprehensive Community Services 

67 S 1279 
Food Labeling 73 S 1582 
Hazardous Waste Facilities 80 H 6756; 

82 H 5831 
Indoor Air Pollution (see - INDOOR AIR 

POLLUTION) 
Lead Poisoning Prevention 87 H 4814 
Liability for Release of Hazardous 

Materials 85 H 6600 
Low Level Radioactive Waste 86 H 5000 
Malnutrition 69 S 1283 
Shellfish Contamination 87 S 1532 
Water Supply 80 H 5869; 81 H 6301 

PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT (See STATE 
GOVERNMENT) 

PUBLIC HOUSING (See HOUSING) 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS, DEFINITION OF 

50 H 2267 

PUBLIC LANDINGS 69 H 4102 

PUBLIC LANDS 57 S 740; 65 S 1200 
Lumber 76 H 4377 

PUBLIC NOTICES 74 H 5341 

PUBLIC OUTDOOR RECREATION (See 
RECREATIONAL FACILITIES) 

PUBLIC PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION 

67 H 5100 

PUBLIC PROPERTY 

Fire Protection 77 H 5344 
Vandalism 76 H 4951 

PUBLIC SAFETY DEPARTMENT (See STATE 
GOVERNMENT) 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS) (See EDUCATION; SCHOOL; 
STATE AID) 

PUBLIC SERVICE 46 H 1575 



PUBLIC UTILITIES 

Gas and Electric Companies 30 H 1200 
Issuance of Bonds 63 S 636 

Gas Piping 60 S 490 

Power Authority 70 S 1538 

Rates of Gas and Electric Companies 
London Sliding Scale - 1906 Governor's 
Committee Report 36 H 1600 

Service at Cost 52 H 1961 

State Reimbursement for Highway Reloca- 
tion Costs 59 S 501 

Underground Wires 56 H 3033 

PUBLIC UTILITIES DEPARTMENT (See STATE 
GOVERNMENT) 

PUBLIC WELFARE (See also PUBLIC 
ASSISTANCE) 
General 38 H 1702; 52 H 2445; 55 S 660; 

57 H 3070 
Age of Recipient 33 H 222 
Burial of Poor 45 H 3 
California "Workfare" System 74 H 5309; 

75 H 5361 
Child Guardianship 68 S 1098 
Elderly Long Term Care 87 S 1948 
Investigation of Massachusetts Program 

73 H 5309 
Laws Relating to 36 H 1551 ;48 H 1750; 

48 H 2051 ;49 H 2276 ;49 H 2340; 

50 H 2332;50 H 2490;50 H 2500; 

51 H 2054; 52 H 2440; 54 H 2636; 
57 H 3070;66 S 963;73 H 5679 

Medical Assistance Program 73 H 5679 
Private Hospital Care 53 H 2400 
Rehabilitation 

Disabled 73 S 11580 
Reimbursement to Municipal Hospitals 

77 S 1949 
Settlement and Residence 60 H 2819 
Work Experience Project 67 H 5143 

PUBLIC WELFARE DEPARTMENT (See STATE 
GOVERNMENT) 

PUBLIC WORKS 

Contracts for 35 H 217; 41 H 2685; 

67 S 1381;67 S 1391;67 S 1463; 

69 S 1489 
Emergency Public Works 35 H 304; 

36 H 277;37 H 327;38 H 279;39 H 217; 

41 H 2135 ;43 H 1403 
Wages of Laborers on 33 S 300 



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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT (See also STATE 
GOVERNMENT) 
Highway and Waterways Activities 
65 S 796;65 H 3424;65 H 3867; 
65 H 3926; 65 H 4389; 67 H 4609; 
67 H 4678;68 H 4559;68 H 4642; 
69 H 4109 
Pittsfield 72 H 5007 

PURCHASING, COLLECTIVE 72 H 5065 

PURGATORY COVE 32 S 9 

PURIFICATION PLANTS FOR SHELLFISH 

46 H 1475;47 H 1850;48 H 1770; 
49 H 2275 

PURPLE HEART 52 H 2132 

-Q- 

QUABBIN RESERVOIR 43 H 1334; 45 H 693; 
64 S 607;65 H 3911 ;65 H 3898; 
66 S 808; 67 S 1095; 69 S 1230; 
70 H 5543;73 S 1605;75 H 5365 

QUABOAG RIVER 39 H 2557;47 H 1677; 
63 S 638;64 S 567 

QUANNAPOWITT LAKE 12 H 201; 14 H 759; 
53 S 515 

QUINAPOXEI POND 29 H 112 

(^INAPOXET RIVER 32 H 402 

QUINCY 

Air Pollution 69 H 4700 
Furnace Brook Parkway 18 H 373 
Highway to Braintree 33 H 6 
Highway to Forest Hills 35 H 223 
Highway to Milton 34 H 164 
Highway to Pemberton 27 H 124 
NfTA Service to 48 H 2302 
Sea Wall 60 H 2900 
Sewerage 58 S 850 
Town River 27 S 5 

QUINCY BAY 29 S 8;64 H 3550 

QUINEBAUG RIVER 38 H 1735; 39 H 2050; 
63 S 638;64 S 567 



QUINSIGAMOND LAKE 12 H 1696; 35 S 100; 
55 H 2410;57 H 2651 ;68 H 4556 



-R- 



RACE 

Census: Cities and Towns 87 H 5232 
Racial Imbalance 73 S 1816 

RACING, DOG AND HORSE 43 H 1279; 

43 H 1281 ;46 H 1600;63 K 3501 
Greyhound 86 H 5862 
Off-Track Betting 73 H 5893 

RADIATION 

Emission Levels-Pilgrim Plant 

87 S 2023 
Management of Low-Level Waste 86 H 5000 
Radioactive Materials Controls in 

Massachusetts 58 H 2732; 59 H 2650; 

65 S 495 ;74 H 5721 ;75 H 6190 
Radioactive Minerals in Massachusetts 

57 S 660 

RADIOLOGICAL TECHNICIANS 75 H 6190 
RADON GAS (See INDOOR AIR POLLUTION) 

RAGWEED, CONTROL AND ERADICATION OF 

43 H 1277 

RAILROAD CROSSINGS (See GRADE 
CROSSINGS) 

RAILROADS (See also TRANSPORTATION; 
INDIVIDUAL RAILROADS BY TITLE) 
Boston to Cape Cod Passenger Service 

74 S 1698 
Clearance of Tracks in Yards 56 S 469 
Commuter (See Passenger Service) 
Curtailment 61 H 3110 
Derailments in Western Massachusetts 

70 H 4896 
Foreign Control of Massachusetts 

Railroads 31 H 1722 
Freight 58 H 2590; 58 S 765 
Grade Crossing Accidents 67 S 1184 
Laws Relating to 15 H 1765 
Locomotives 43 H 1673 
Massachusetts Facilities 39 H 2407; 

41 H 2150;43 H 1280;45 H 1550; 

46 H 2119 



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New England Facilities - Report, June 
1923 o£ the Joint New England Rail- 
road Committee to the Governors o£ 
New England States Entitled - 
Rehabilitation by Cooperative - A 
Railroad Policy for New England ;Mass. 
State Library Call No. 385 J74r 

Old Colony Division of the New Haven 

48 H 2222;48 H 2280;48 H 2360; 

49 H 2050;50 S 485;58 S 765;58 H 2590; 
59 S 480;62 H 3400;74 S 1698 

Passenger Service 23 H 1420; 58 H 2590; 
58 S 765;63 H 3290;69 S 1252; 

69 S 1270; 69 H 5671 
Rights of Way 

Fencing of 70 H 4997 
Value and Use of 70 S 1429 
Safety 56 H 3223;67 S 1184;70 H 4896; 

70 H 4997 

Taxation 41 H 2150;43 H 1280;45 H 1550; 

61 S 535 ;70 S 1429 
Temporary State Subsidy 64 S 806 

RANDOLPH 

Great Pond 65 H 3866 
Monatiquot River 53 H 2207 
Sewerage 57 S 775; 58 S 850 
Water Resources 66 S 661 

RAPID TRANSIT (See TRANSPORTATION - 
Rapid Transit) 

RATES (See also GAS AND ELECTRIC 
COMPANIES) 

Electricity 28 H 1134 

London Sliding Scale of Gas and 

Electric Companies, 1906 Governor's 

Committee Report 36 H 1600 
Railroads 00 H 367 

RAYNHAM 

Hockomock Swamp Area 58 H 2940 

READING 

Grade Crossing 51 S 534 

Sanitary Condition of Aberjona River 

58 H 2943 
Sewerage 15 H 6 



READING, ARTHUR K. , REMOVAL OF 

28 H 1339;28 K 1342;28 H 1344 

REAL ESTATE TAXES (See TAXATION) 

REAL ESTATE TRUSTS (See BUSINESS 
TRUSTS) 

REAL PROPERTY SALES OUTSIDE STATE, 
REGULATION OF 64 S 639 

RECALL 

Local Officials 79 H 5690 

RECLAMATION BOARDS 55 H 2391 

RECLASSIFICATION STUDIES (See also 
STATE EMPLOYEES) 48 H 146; 
54 H 2600 ;56 H 2445 

RECORDS LAWS 65 H 3775 

RECREATIONAL CAMPS 56 H 2706 

RECREATIONAL FACILITIES (See also 
SKATING AREAS; SKI AREAS; 
SWIMMING POOLS) 
General 62 S 621; 67 H 5143; 70 H 4887 
Adams 56 H 2600 
Aged 58 H 2753 
Bicycle Paths 77 H 5349 
Blackstone River 68 H 4556 
Camping Sites 70 H 4887 
Chicopee River Watershed 68 H 4643 
Clarksburg 54 H 2385 
Coastline 75 H 6636 
Cook Pond, Fall River 68 H 4093 
Great Ponds 22 H 1320 
Hyde Park 53 H 2169 
Lake Quinsigamond 55 H 2410 ;57 H 2651 
Landowner's Liability to Users 

67 S 1136;72 H 5004 
Metropolitan District 56 S 715; 

66 H 3462 
Middlefield 58 H 2897 
Middlesex Canal 73 S 1518 
Milford 36 H 197 
Mount Tom Reservation 54 H 2385 



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Neponset River 47 H 188 

Quabbin Reservoir 64 S 607 

Rivers: Suitability for Recreational 

Use 71 H 4931 
Scenic Trails 70 H 4885; 71 H 4930 
Standards for Spectator Facilities 

63 H 3098 
State 25 H 124;25 H 1080;35 H 218; 

57 S 665 ;57 S 740;58 S 610; 

59 H 2717;75 H 5375 
Sudbury 51 H 2080 
Wetlands 67 S 1273 

REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITIES 43 H 1632; 

47 H 2304;52 S 550;56 H 3152 

REDISTRICTING 

Census Basis 73 H 7020 
Congressional Districts 12 H 1094; 

26 S 35;31 S 520;41 S 740;54 S 590; 

62 H 3150;67 H 4990;69 H 5309; 

71 S 1631; 81 H 7424; 81 H 7424 
Executive Councillor Districts 

67 H 5000 ;69 H 5309; 72 S 1396; 

73 S 1658;73 S 1782;73 S 1828; 

77 S 1663;77 H 5900;87 H 5875 
Judicial Standards 69 H 5309; 

73 H 7020 
Local 66 S 771; 69 H 5309; 72 S 1396; 

73 S 1604 ;73 H 7020 
Mass. House 63 H 3546; 67 H 5000; 

69 H 5309;72 S 1396;73 S 1604; 

73 H 7020;77 S 1663;77 H 5900; 

87 H 5875 
Mass. Senate 67 H 5000;72 S 1396; 

73 S 1658;73 S 1782;73 S 1828; 

73 H 7020; 77 S 1663; 77 H 5900; 

87 H 5875 
State Legislative 26 S 35; 26 H 221; 

26 H 1213;39 S 498;39 S 600; 

39 S 545 ;47 H 1725 ;47 H 2225; 

48 S 490;60 S 449;66 S 771; 
67 H 5000; 68 S 877; 69 H 5309; 

72 S 1396;73 S 1604;73 S 1658; 

73 S 1782;73 S 1828;73 H 7020; 
77 S 1663;77 H 5900;87 H 5875 

REFERENDUM (See INITIATIVE AND 
REFERENDUM) 



REFORESTATION 46 H 1450 

REFORMATORIES (See also PENAL 

INSTITUTIONS AT FRAMINGHAM) 

49 S 521 

REFUSE (See INCINERATORS) 

REGIONAL GOVERNMENT 70 H 4988 

REGIONAL LIBRARIES (See LIBRARIES) 

REGIONAL SCHOOLS (See SCHOOLS) 

REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITIES 74 H 5996 
Financing of 76 S 1680 

REGISTRATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES AND 
TRAILERS 57 H 2655 

REGISTERS OF PROBATE 21 H 508 

REGISTRIES OF NURSES 39 H 1997 

REGISTRY OF MOTOR VEHICLES 38 H 1708; 
62 S 800 ;65 S 1080 ;68 S 980; 
82 H 6019 
Administrative Organization 77 H 5811 

REHABILITATION (See also PUBLIC 
WELFARE) 
Delinquent Children 51 S 625 ;55 H 2937 
Drunk Drivers 74 H 6163 
Handicapped 56 H 2790; 59 H 2440; 

62 H 3420 
Injured Workers 17 H 1733 
Mentally Retarded 66 H 3792 
Post-War 17 H 1733;20 H 1224;45 H 1710; 

47 H 1789 
Prisoners 64 S 756;66 S 892;73 S 1504 
Vocational 21 H 506; 60 H 2844 

RENT CONTROL 57 H 2575 ;75 H 5254 (Gov. 

Message); Unnumbered 1975 Report of 
Harbridge House, State Library Call 
No. MR. 500. 2 M3, R 422S 



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RENT SPACE OCCUPIED BY STATE AGENCIES 
(See also STATE OFFICE BUILDING 
FACILITIES) 38 H 1711; 72 H 5563; 
84 H 5476 

RENTED DWELLINGS 43 H 1632 

REPRESENTATIVE TOWN MEETINGS 31 S 10 ; 

71 H 5302 

RESERVATIONS (See RECREATIONAL 

FACILITIES; WILDLIFE SANCTUARIES) 

RESERVOIRS 47 H 115 

RETAIL INSTALLMENT SALES 65 H 3902 

RETARDED CHILDREN (See CHILDREN - 
Retarded) 

RETIRED PERSONS, MEDICAL CARE 60 S 526 

RETIRB1ENT 

City and Town Employees 26 H 1501; 

73 H 5900 
Cost of Living Increases 69 H 2936 
Dependents of Judges 58 H 3000 
Disability Pensions 58 H 2865 
Group Insurance for Retired Employees 

58 H 3014 
Heart Law 58 H 3005 
Judges 70 H 5108 

Local Retirement Systems 71 H 4992 
Longevity Credit 65 S 798 
Non-Contributory 45 H 1950; 47 H 1653; 

48 H 1751; 48 H 2000 
Old Age (See also OLD AGE ASSISTANCE) 

09 H 10;26 S 6;48 H 1751 ;48 H 2000 
Police and Firemen 67 H 5316 
Problems of Public Employees 71 H 4933 
Sick Leave Credit 68 S 908 
Social Security for Public Employees 

57 H 2849 
State Systems 11 H 1400; 14 H 2450; 

21 H 1203;25 S 340;26 S 5;31 H 6; 

32 H 3;38 H 1582;43 H 145;45 H 1950; 

48 H 1751 ;48 H 2000;52 H 2269: 

53 H 2190;53 H 2737;53 H 2763; 

54 H 2929;55 H 2500;56 H 2584; 
60 H 2727;73 H 5900;73 H 7642; 
88 S 1552 



Survivors' Benefits 71 H 5643 

Teachers 13 H 1926 

Teachers' Insurance Payment 68 S 878; 

69 S 30 
Unfunded Pension Liability 88 S 1552 
Veterans 48 H 1698 
Widows' and Widowers' Benefits 
69 H 4110; 70 H 4970 

REVENUES (See also STATE FINANCES 

and TAXATION - Master Tax Plan) 
Local Option Tax 87 H 5233 
Local Vifater Supply 50 S 570 
Metropolitan Boston Services 76 S 1680 
Program for State 55 H 2400 
Public Utilities 51 H 2351 

REVERE 

Armory 41 H 2262 

Baker and Ocean Avenue 29 H 190 

Beach 46 H 136 

Beachmont 35 H 299 

Bridge 50 H 1067; 32 H 478 

Highway 12 H 700 ;14 H 1405; 16 H 1607; 

22 H 1226;29 H 127;49 H 106 
Overpass on Revere Beach Parkway 

28 H 3 
Rapid Transit 43 H 146 ;24 H 1340; 

64 H 3330 

Sewerage 58 S 850 
Swamp Lands 31 H 1310 

REVISION, RECODIFICATION OR CONSOLIDATION 
OF GENERAL LAWS (See GENERAL 
LAWS) 

RICHARDSON REPORT 48 H 1725 

RIFLE RANGES 12 H 1823 

RIPARIAN RIGHTS 57 S 695 

RIVERS OF MASSACHUSETTS 38 H 1735 
Hydropower Licensing 79 H 5592 
Suitability for Wild, Scenic or Recrea- 
tional Use 71 H 4931 

ROBINSON STATE PARK 58 H 2940 



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ROCHESTER 

Snows Pond 54 H 2247 

ROOCPORT HALIBUT POINT 37 H 297; 38 H 189 

ROLL CALLS, ELECTRIC 57 H 2779; 61 S 480 

ROUND POND 59 H 2608 

ROUTE 1, TRAFFIC CONDITIONS FROM DEDHAM 
TO R.I. LINE 54 H 3000 

ROUTE 1-A 38 H 240 

ROUTE 2 

By-Pass in Westminster 77 H 5350 

ROUTE 6 67 H 5371 

ROUTE 20 38 H 240 

By-Pass in Lee. Unnumbered 1977 Report 
by the Department o£ Public IVorks on 
file with the House Clerk 

ROUTE 28 67 H 4609 

ROUTE 44 57 H 3023 

ROUTE 60 52 H 1951 

ROUTE 93 86 H 5395 

ROUTE 95 67 H 4609 

ROUTE 110 57 H 3023 

Flooding - Methuen-Haverhill 
80 H 5868 

ROUTE 122 52 H 1951 

ROUTE 128 38 H 240 

ROUTE 140 55 H 2432 

ROUTE 213 69 H 4111 

ROUTE 495 67 H 4609 

RUBBISH DISPOSAL (See WASTE DISPOSAL) 

RUSSELL POND 58 H 2482 



RUSSELL 34 S 35 

Bridge Construction 60 H 2715 
Woronoake Lake 58 H 2482 

RUTLAND STATE SANITORIUM 19 S 625 

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SAFETY CODE FOR INSTALLATION OF GAS 
FACILITIES 54 H 2418; 59 S 490 

SAFETY OF PERSONS IN BUILDINGS (See 
BUILDINGS - Safety of) 

SAFETY OF RIDERS AT AMUSEMENT PLACES 

57 S 550;58 S 83 

SAFETY REGULATION FOR POWER EQUIPMENT 

59 S 500 

ST. MARY'S BROOK 56 H 216 

ST. MIHIEL, FRANCE 28 H 245 

SALE OF STATE DOCUMENTS 59 H 2696 

SALEM 

Harbor 15 H 1850 ;18 H 12; 36 H 194 
North River 15 H 1850;23 H 1175; 

59 H 2676 
Nuisances on Beach 50 H 2236; 51 H 2081 
Sewerage 25 H 114;23 H 1175;25 H 1175 
State Pier 59 H 2676 
Water Supply 13 H 2200; 13 H 227 
Water Supply Board 37 H 534 

SALEM-BEVERLY WATER SUPPLY BOARD 

37 H 534 

SALEM-MARBLEHEAD AREA, SMOKE 54 H 2472 
SALES TAX (See TAXATION - Sales Tax) 
SALINE WATER CONVERSION 66 S 930 

SALISBURY 

Sea Wall 60 H 2900 

Setting off Town of Gushing 09 H 1494 



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SALTS, DE-ICING 65 S 2; 73 S 1485 
SANATORIA 56 H 2725 

SANDISFIELD 

Lake Marguerite 32 H 1220 
Simons Pond 32 H 1220 

SANDY NEOC BEACH 51 H 2154; 54 H 2335 

SANDY POND 59 H 2608 

SANITARY CODE 57 H 2833 

SANITARY COMMISSION, MASS. (See 
SHATIUCK REPORT) 

SANITARY CONDITIONS OF RIVERS AND LAKES 
(See WATER SUPPLY - Pollution) 

SANITARY CONDITIONS OF WATER SUPPLY 
(See WATHl SUPPLY - Pollution) 

SAUGUS 

Boston § Maine RR 25 H 200;27 H 180; 

28 H 32 
Boundaiy with Lynnfield 01 H 1241 
Highways and Waterways 52 H 1953 
Swamp Lands 31 H 1310 

SAUGUS RIVER 50 H 2237 
Bridge over 33 H 2 
Dam 35 H 298 
Fox Hill Bridge 32 H 479 
Pollution of 29 H 151 ;57 H 2679 

SAVINGS BANKS (See BANKS AND BANKING) 

SAVOY 

South Pond 27 H 123 

SCENIC "mAILS 70 H 4885 
Programs 71 H 4930 

SCHOLARSHIPS - HIGHER EDUCATION 

64 S 764 ;68 S 914 ;68 S 909; 
69 H 4591 

SCHOOL ADJUSTMENT COUNSELLORS 58 H 2718 



SCHOOL BREAKFAST AND LUNCH PROGRAM (See 
NUTRITION) 

SCHOOL BUILDING ASSISTANCE CCMIISSION 

49 H 2300;51 H 2324;57 H 2592; 
58 S 675;59 S 672;81 H 6291 

SCHOOL BUS 

Flashing Lights 86 H 5978 
Seat Belts 86 H 5363 ;86 H 5978 

SCHOOL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATORS 69 H 4704 

SCHOOL CHILDREN (See EDUCATION) 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Feasible Alternatives 72 H 5071 
Methods of Selection 72 H 5071 ;76 H 4411 
Power and Duties 72 H 5071 
Structure and Role 72 H 5071 

SCHOOL FUND 15 H 1752 

SCHOOL HOUSE POND 53 H 391 

SCHOOL TEACHERS 

Insurance Payments by Retired 68 S 878 
Public Funds for Salaries in Private 
Schools 70 H 5368 

SCHOOLS (See also EDUCATION; STATE AID) 
Construction of 49 H 2300; 51 H 2324; 

53 H 2352;57 H 2592;58 S 675;59 S 672 

81 H 6291 
Correspondence 62 H 3723 
Declining Enrollments 81 H 6734 
Educational Vouchers 74 H 5995 
Fire Protection 17 S 340 ;77 H 5344 
In County Jail § Houses of Correction 

18 H 1255 
Private 70 H 5368 

Higher Education, State Aid to 
73 H 6106 
Racial Imbalance 73 S 1816 
Regional 

Committee Selection 76 H 4411 

Northeast Metropolitan Vocational 
72 H 6366 
Reuse of Buildings 81 H 6291 
Teachers, Reduction in Force 81 H 6734 



Trade 52 H 2520 

Support of 15 H 1752; 75 H 6474 
Vandalism 76 H 4951 
Vocational 76 S 1579 

SCITUATE 

Musquashiat Pond 54 H 2380; 55 H 2451 

SCUBA DIVING (See SKIN DIVING 
EQUIPMENT) 

SCUSSET BEACH 51 H 2154; 54 H 2335 

SEASHORE (See COAST LINE BEACHES) 

SECTARIAN LEGISLATION 13 H 2542 

SECURITIES, SALE OF 13 S 554; 15 H 1650; 
21 H 1175 ;31 H 1299;38 H 571; 
50 S 700; 77 H 5638 
Tax Exempt 80 S 2183 

SENTENCES 24 H 224 

Alternatives 87 S 2061 
Deduction from Maximum Sentence 

50 S 550;53 H 2198 
Presumptive 82 H 5830 
Uniform Procedure 79 H 5593; 81 H 6304 

SERVICE AT COST STATUTES (See PUBLIC 
UTILITIES - Service at Cost) 

SERVICE CORPS (See CQhM)NWEALTH 
SERVICE CORPS) 

SEITLEMENT LAWS 47 H 1780; 57 H 3070; 
60 H 2819 

SEWAGE (See also WATER SUPPLIES - 

Pollution; METROPOLITAN DISTRICT 

- Sewage; Name of Individual 
River) 
Ayer 19 H 1334 
Blackstone River Basin 67 H 1956; 

69 H 2937 
Charles River 13 H 1862 
Clinton 54 S 595 

Districts, Formation of 68 H 4015 
Housatonic River Valley 50 S 555 



Merrimack River Valley 47 S 550 
Metropolitan Boston 58 S 575; 59 S 595 
Millers River Valley 24 S 492; 51 H 2079 
Neponset River Valley 27 H 212 
North Metropolitan District 15 H 6; 

54 H 2250 
North River Valley 65 S 795 
Plum Island 58 H 3123; 59 H 2469 
Randolph 57 S 775 

South Essex Sewerage District 35 H 1250 
South Metropolitan District 39 H 2465; 

43 H 1278;46 H 190;49 H 2151; 

50 H 2263;51 H 2218;57 S 775 
Wachusetts Watershed 54 S 595 
Ware River 32 H 402 
Westwood 57 S 775 
Wilmington 54 H 2250 
Worcester 67 H 1956; 69 H 2937 
Worcester County 70 H 4895 

SEX CRIMES 48 H 1169;48 H 2169; 
49 H 2710; Appendix B of 
56 H 2659 

SEX OFFENDERS 66 S 914 ;67 S 1090; 
67 S 1102 
Commitment and Release 

Bridgewater Treatment Center 83 S 2154 

SEYMOUR POND 55 H 338 

SHARON 

Armory 47 H 277 

SHATTUCK HOSPITAL 59 H 2491 ;60 H 2780; 
61 S 510 

SHATTUCK REPORT ON PUBLIC HEALTO (Mass. 
Sanitary Commission) 1850 State 
Library Call No. 614M3 S22r 

SHAW, CAROL H. , REPORT IN 56 H 3033 

SHAWSHEEN RIVER 41 S 50 

SHEEP 19 S 293 

SHEEP POND 49 H 2028 



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SHELLFISH 

Chlorination Plants for 46 H 1475; 

47 H 1850;48 H 1770;49 H 2275 
Clam Industry 87 S 1532 
Contamination 87 S 1532 
Grants 63 S 635 

Laws 31 H 5; 61 H 2994; 64 H 3703 
Marketing o£ 26 H 11 50; 29 H 87; 

29 H 1025 
Transplanting of 28 H 252; 28 H 1093 

SHERBORN 

Little Pond 27 S 19 

SHERRY-BILIMORE HOTEL FIRE 63 H 3622 
SHIRLEY GUT (See BOSTON HARBOR) 
SHIRLEY INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL 70 H 6152 
SHOOTING PRESERVES, COMCRCLAL 62 H 3694 
SHOPLIFTING 76 S 1351 
SHORE ACCESS 69 H 4102 

SHREWSBURY 

Dams 59 H 2689 

King's Brook 57 H 3023 

SICK LEAVE 57 H 2777 ;68 S 908 

SICK PEOPLE IN INSTITUTIONS 

Fire Protection for 54 H 2441 

SICKNESS BENEFITS (See also INSURANCE 
- Sickness) 45 S 10;47 S 470; 
50 H 2575; 58 H 2954 

SIGMA KAPPA NATIONAL SORORITY 57 H 2977 

SIGNS, TAXES ON 15 H 1637 

SILVER LAKE 59 H 2608 

SIMON'S POND 32 H 1220 

SIX-YEAR POST-WAR HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION 
PROGRAMS (See HIGHWAYS) 



SKATING RINKS 53 H 2168; 56 S 715; 
75 H 5367 
Lake Quinsigamond State Park 64 S 617 
Sites 77 H 5347 

SKI AREAS 46 H 192 

SKI LIFT SAFETY LAW 64 S 623 

SKIN DIVING EQUIPMENT, REGULATION OF 

61 H 2994 

SLADES FERRY 23 H 1504 
Bridge Fishing 69 H 4104 

SLAUGHIERHOUSE FACILITIES 57 S 600; 
58 S 630;59 S 198 

SLAUGHTERHOUSES, PUBLIC 23 H 1130 

SLEEPING SICKNESS (HORSE) (See EQUINE 
ENCEPHALOMYELITIS) 

SLIGHTER REPORT 47 H 1875 

SLIDING SCALE RATES 

1906 Report of Governor's Special Com- 
mittee on the London Sliding Scale 
36 H 1600 

SMALL CLAIMS 20 H 597 

SMALLPOX 14 H 2575 

SMELT BROOK 57 H 3023 

SMITH, BRUCE Report on Boston Police 
Department Appended to 49 H 2600 

SMITH'S POINT 54 H" 2407 

SMITH'S POND 57 H 2816; 58 H 2940 

SMOKE ABATEMENT 28 H 900 ;29 H 135; 
33 H 1171; 54 H 2472 

SNOW'S POND 54 H 2247 

SNOWSTORMS 27 S 3;57 S 630;65 S 2 
Berkshire County 77 H 62 89; 80 H 6669 



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SOCIAL INSURANCE (See also INSURANCE - 
Sickness) 17 H 1850;18 S 244 

SOCIAL SECURITY FOR PUBLIC B1PL0YEES 

57 H 2849 

SOCIETIES (See FRATERNAL BENEFIT 
SOCIETIES) 

SOLAR ENERGY INSTITUTE 76 H 5080 
(Gov. Message) 

SOLDIERS' HOME 20 H 39; 31 H 1426 
39 H 2086;45 S 550;46 S 538; 
51 H 2773 ;61 S 510 

SOMERSET 

Bridge over Taunton River 06 H 353; 

07 H 1063 
Lee River 55 H 2430 

SOMERVILLE 

Dam on Mystic River 48 S 425 ;50 S 535 

Fire Protection 13 H 2088 

Grade Crossing 53 H 2165 

Parks 33 H 4 

Pedestrian Overpass 73 H 5903 

Rapid Transit 35 S 3 

Sewerage 58 S 850 

Streets 25 H 191 

SONG, STATE 59 H 2517; 66 H 3822 

SORORITIES (See FRATERNITIES AND 
SORORITIES) 

SOUTH BAY (See BOSTON HARBOR) 

SOUTH BEACH 54 H 2395 

SOUTH BOSTON 

All Weather Stadium 64 S 728; 

65 S 1002;65 S 1125 
Bridges to Quincy and Hull 

31 H 302;33 S 4;33 S 42 
Dry Dock 21 H 1173 
Sea Aquarium 63 S 700 
Soft Coal Dust 35 S 58 
Soot Nuisance 60 S 647 



SOUTH CAPE BEACH 69 H 4106 

SOUTH E^a) POND 52 H 1971 

SOUTH ESSEX SEWERAGE DISTRICT 35 H 1250 

SOUTH HADLEY 

Buttery Brook Reservoir Area 57 H 2816 

SOUTH METROPOLITAN SEWERAGE SYSTEM (See 
SEWERAGE, METROPOLITAN DISTRICT) 

SOUTH POND 27 H 123 

SOUTH SHORE TRANSIT AUTHORITY 57 H 2632 

SOUTHAMPTON 

Pequod Pond 58 H 2481 

SOUTHEAST ASIA (See VIETNAM) 

SOUTHEASTERN MASSACHUSETTS WATHl 
DISTRICT 52 S 65 2; 54 S 650; 
56 S 472;57 S 680;58 S 677; 
59 S 625 

SOUTHWia 68 H 4029 

SPACE HEATERS 60 S 448; 62 H 3575 

SPEAR FISHING (See FISHING) 

SPECIAL LAWS INDEX 32 H 26 

SPECTACLE POND 50 H 2135; 57 H 1388; 
59 H 2608 

SPENCER 

Thompson Pond 52 H 1948 

SPICKET RIVER 59 H 2689 

SPORTS 

All-Weather Stadium 64 5 728; 65 5 1002; 

65 S 1125 
Equipment and Protection Devices 

63 H 3144 



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Facilities for 63 H 3098 
Metropolitan Boston Facilities for 

Athletic Events 63 H 3535 
Public Wagering 73 H 5893; 75 H 6612 

SPOT POND 13 H 848 ;14 H 165 ;15 H 277; 
34 H 148 

SPOT POND BROOK 03 H 1087; 34 H 151 

SPRINGFIELD 

Boundary Line 45 H 1678 
Five-Mile Pond 51 H 2183 
Laboratory 22 H 1273 
Lake Lorraine 51 H 2184 
Littlefield Reservoir 70 H 4889 
Loon Pond 51 H 2182 
Management of Welfare Offices 

71 H 4950 
Mayor 46 H 1833 
Mill River 70 H 4995 
School Committee 46 H 1833 
State Office Building 57 H 2616; 

58 H 2486 

SPY POND, SANITARY CONDITION OF 

26 H 330; 53 H 2208; 54 H 2361; 
56 H 2633;59 H 2608 

SQUANTUM 

Roadway to Rill 27 H 124 

SQUIBNOCKET POND 63 H 3195 

STADIUM (See BOSTON, ALL-WEATHER 
STADIUM) 

STATE AID (See also EDUCATION; PUBLIC 
ASSISTANCE) 

Aged 58 H 2753 ;60 H 2719 
Airports 74 H 5996 
Cities and Towns 74 H 5996 
Education 

General 39 H 179 ;49 H 2300 ;52 H 2051; 

52 H 2520;54 H 2075;55 H 2385; 

56 S 570;57 H 2652;73 H 7346; 

75 H 6474 
Higher Education 48 H 2050; 64 S 764; 

64 S 864 ;73 H 6106 



Hospitals 74 H 5559 
Local Education 13 H 423 ;15 H 1752; 
47 H 1899; 71 H 5447; 74 H 5995; 
75 H 6474;77 H 6429;78 H 5267; 
78 H 5630 
School Building 49 H 2300; 51 H 2324; 
53 H 2352;57 H 2592;59 S 672 
Growth and Planning 81 S 2224 
Incinerator Construction 64 H 3270 
Industrial Development Commissions 

57 S 640 
Nursing Homes 58 H 2779 
Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency 

57 H 3025 
Small Businesses 81 S 2063 
Taxation 52 H 2323;55 H 2385 ;71 S 1281; 

71 S 1298;73 H 7546 

Urban Mass Transportation 74 H 5996 
Urban Problems 69 S 1540 

STATE ARSENAL 12 S 529 

STATE BALLOT LAW COMMISSION 66 S 770 

STATE COLLEGES 

Free Tuition 68 S 909 

STATE CONTRACTS 

For Public Building Projects 54 H 2528; 

72 H 5563;84 H 5476 

With Motor Truck Carriers 51 H 2610 

STATE DOCUMENTS, PRINTING AND SALE OF 

59 H 2696 

STATE EMPLOYEES 

Appeals 48 H 146 

Civil Engineer 16 H 1673 

Conflict of Interest 61 S 650; 75 H 6475 

Grievances of 45 H 5; 46 H 343 

Group Insurance for 55 S 565 

Group Insurance for Dependent Parents 

65 H 3311 
Group Insurance for Retired 65 H 3309 
Leaves 39 H 2014;49 H 2355;57 H 2777 
Medical Treatment for, in State House 

49 S 65 



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Political Activities 65 S 951; 

77 H 5343 
Position Classification 27 H 1001; 

48 H 146;54 H 2600;56 H 2445 
Removal of 46 H 343 
Retirement (See RETIREMENT) 
Salaries 04 H 175;08 H 225;18 H 1175; 

19 H 1451;27 H 1001;33 H 1250; 

46 H 1477;46 H 1575;47 H 111: 

48 H 146; 48 H 1900; 48 H 2354; 

49 S 528;50 H 2123;52 H 2049; 
54 H 2600;56 H 2445 ;63 H 3658 
(Governor's Committee Report); 
71 H 5114;72 H 5085;73 H 5989; 
74 H 5202 

Salary Protection Plan 75 H 5374 
Sick Leave 39 H 2014 ;57 H 2777; 

68 S 908 
Social Security Coverage 57 H 2849 
Travel 50 H 2172 
Unemployment Insurance 63 H 3150; 

71 S 1243 
IVorking Conditions 19 H 1451 
Working Hours 16 H 1672 ;48 H 1768 
Working Week 47 H 1644; 47 H 1766 

STATE FACILITIES, NAMING OF 56 S 525 

STATE FARM 32 H 63; 51 H 2052 



STATE FINANCES 16 H 2225; 18 H 1185; 
33 H 1250;34 S 250;37 H 1594; 
38 H 1712;4l H 2145;43 H 1295 
45 H 1575;46 H 1600;48 H 1725 
48 H 2190;49 H 2043;49 H 2169 
51 H 2098;55 H 2341 ;55 H 2600 
62 H 3331 ;62 H 3232 ;63 H 3100 
71 S 1281 ;71 S 1298;71 S 1299 

71 S 1300;71 S 1315;71 S 1486 

72 H 5085;75 S 2049;75 H 5841 
User Fees 80 H 6743 ;83 H 6120 

STATE FLAG 60 H 133; 71 S 1273 



STATE GOVERNMENT (See also COMMISSION 
ON STRUCTURE OF STATE GOVERNMENT) 
General 19 H 1357;19 H 1430;19 H 1414; 
22 H 800; 41 H 2145; 41 H 2234; 
45 H 113;46 H 1921 ;50 H 2685; 
51 H 2126;73 S 1609;74 H 5341 
Assuming County Functions 70 H 6125 
Boards and Commissions 57 H 2690 
Centralized Elections Administration 

78 H 5759 
Civil Service Commission 80 H 6796; 

81 K 1000 
Combining Depts. of Mental Health, 
Public Health and Public V/elfare 
64 S 850 
Compliance with Federal Proposals on 
Intergovernmental Relations 
64 S 860 
Data Processing 70 S 1611; 74 H 5313 
Department of : 
Administration and Finance 38 H 1712; 

48 H 1725 ;60 H 3175 
Agriculture 50 H 2804 
Alcoholic Beverages Commission 

76 H 2969 (Gov. Message) 
Animal Industry 15 H 1751 
Board of Commissioners of Fisheries 
and Game 15 H 2133 
Civil Service 19 H 1665 ;38 H 1715; 
38 H 1716;48 H 1725;48 H 1830; 
55 H 2497;65 H 3302 
Commerce 45 H 2064; 46 H 300; 67 H 5143 

Small Business Authority 81 S 2063 
Commission Against Discrimination 

76 S 1310 (Gov. Message) 
Community Affairs 
Home Rule 71 S 1455 
Public Housing 70 H 5000 
Conservation 31 H 2;39 S 465; 
47 H 1256;47 H 1999;49 H 2052; 
50 H 2186;52 H 2032;53 H 2269; 
65 S 1200 
Corporations and Taxation 38 H 1708; 

53 H 2828 
Corrections 55 S 750; 56 H 3199; 
58 H 3221 ;73 S 1504;73 H 7373 
Education 52 H 2051 

Academically Talented Pupils 
67 S 1337 



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Expenditures (See CCMIISSION ON 

TAXATION AND EXPENDITURES o£ 1937) 
Industrial Accidents 51 H 2523; 

52 H 2445 

Labor and Industries 19 H 1017; 

51 H 2523;52 H 2445;53 H 2199 
Mental Health 38 H 320; 39 H 2400; 

58 H 3250;62 S 625;64 S 850; 

65 S 806;66 S 886;69 H 5516; 

69 H 5640; 81 S 1751 ;83 S 1822 

Commissioner, Qualifications for 
73 H 6063 

Treatment Center for Sexually 
Dangerous 66 S 914 
Metropolitan District Commission 

38 H 1713;38 H 1714;59 H 2410; 

60 H 2748;60 H 3370;62 H 3775; 

74 H 5311 
Milk Control Commission 76 H 2969 

(Gov. Message) 
Natural Resources 54 H 2335 ;55 S 640; 

65 S 1200;66 H 3557 

Division of Fisheries and Game 

66 H 3557 

Division of Marine Fisheries 
70 H 5109 
Outdoor Advertising Board 67 S 1239; 

68 H 4019 
Public Health 47 S 10;51 H 2196; 

54 H 200; 57 H 2833; 64 S 850; 

67 S 1279 

Air Pollution Emergencies 

67 H 5409 
Laboratories 57 H 2806 
Office of Nutrition 70 S 1574 

Public Safety 38 H 1707; 52 H 2400; 

53 H 21 99; 63 H 3099; 65 S 1080 
Board of Boiler Rules 63 H 3099 
Board of Examiners of Refrigeration 

and Air Conditioning Personnel 

63 H 3099 
License Fees for Steam Boiler 

Engineers and Firemen 63 H 3099 
State Fire Academy 63 H 3099 
State Police Academy 63 H 3099 
State Police, Promotions of 

65 S 1140 



Public Utilities 28 H 4;51 H 2351; 

52 H 2396 
Public Welfare 38 H 1702; 38 H 1704; 

51 H 2591 ;64 S 850;67 H 5143; 

69 H 5453 
Public Works 51 H 2646; 60 H 3303; 

63 S 1013 (Gov. Message on 

Reorganization) 65 S 1080; 

67 H 4609; 67 H 4678; 67 H 4819 
Purchasing Agent 51 H 2212 
Registration, Division of 25 S 19 
Registry of Motor Vehicles 38 K 1708; 

65 S 1080;68 S 980;77 H 5811; 

82 H 6019 
Unemployment Compensation Commission 

39 H 600 
Economy and Efficiency in State Govt. 
Report of State Board of Commis- 
sioners on (in part) 18 H 1185 
Examination Papers of Departments 

48 H 145 
Financial Management Practices 

73 S 2049 
Invoices of Departments 51 H 2186 
Limit on Taxation and Spending 

80 H 6743;82 S 1989 
Ombudsman 75 H 5392 
Planned Program Budget 76 H 5200 
Regulation of Nuclear Facilities 

87 S 2023 
Reorganization 

Administration and Finance 73 H 6080 

(Gov.Message);73 H 6170 (Gov.Mes- 

sage);73 H 6180 ( Gov. Message ) ; 

74 H 6400 ;82 H 5916 (Gov.Message) 
Banking 74 H 5556 
Civil Service 73 H 6180 (Gov.Message); 

74 H 5256 
Commerce 73 H 6130 (Gov.Message) 
Community Affairs 73 H 6150 (Gov.Mes- 
sage); 74 H 5736 (Gov.Message); 
Consumer Affairs 73 H 6090 (Gov.Mes- 
sage); 74 H 5556 ;74 H 5566 (Gov. 

Message) ;75 S 1701 (Gov.Message) 
Education 73 H 6160 (Gov.Message); 

74 H 5318 
Elderly Affairs 73 H 6070 

(Gov.Message) 



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Environmental Affairs 73 H 6110 (Gov. 

Message) ;74 H 4000;75 H 5366 
Human Services 73 H 6120 (Gov. Message) 
Industrial Accidents 73 H 6130 (Gov. 

Message) 
Metropolitan District Commission 

74 H 4000 
Public Health 74 H 5469 (Gov. 

Message); 74 H 6579 (Gov. Message) 
Public Safety 73 H 6050 (Gov. 

Message;) 74 H 5307 (Gov.Message) 
Public Utilities 75 S 1701 ;75 H 5510 

(Gov.Message) 
Public Works 75 S 1701 ;75 H 5510 

(Gov.Message) 
Racing Commission 74 H 6124 
Transportation and Construction 

73 H 6060 (Gov.Message); 74 S 1472 

(Gov.Message) 
Rules and Regulations of Departments 
45 H 472;46 H 113;46 H 1921; 
54 H 2766; 

Fiscal Impact 80 H 5954 
Succession and Continuity of 59 S 520 
Tax Exempt Bonds 80 S 2183 
Unification of Services of Departments 
48 S 430;64 S 850;68 S 1151 

STATE HOUSE 

Addition to 39 H 1936 

Coal Pocket, Adjacent to 53 H 2740 

East and West Wings 13 H 133 

Extension 08 S 73 

Improvements of State House and Grounds 

12 H 2234;23 S 276 
Lighting 12 H 2234 
Memorial 48 H 2206 

Parking 34 H 194; 50 H 2277; 53 H 2740 
Restaurant 47 S 465 
Steel Vaults 16 S 405 ;16 S 525 
Traffic Around 50 H 2227 
Ventilations of General Court 18 H 664 
Veterans' Memorial Quarters 47 S 465 
Wing for Supreme Judicial Court 

31 H 1280 



STATE INSTITUTIONS (See also PENAL 
INSTITUTIONS) 
General 14 H 2137 ;20 S 450 ;32 H 63 
Burial of Inmates 39 H 1968 
Employees 45 H 5 
Farms at 32 H 63; 51 H 2052 
Public Welfare 38 H 1704 
Water for 45 H 5 

STATE LIBRARY 70 S 1459 

STATE LIBRARY, NEW BUILDING FOR 21 H 4 

STATE-LOCAL RELATIONS (See also STATE 

AID; EDUCATION, INTERGOVERNMENTAL 
RELATIONS) 

Education 47 H 1899; 48 H 2050; 

49 H 2300;51 H 2324;52 H 2051; 

52 H 2520;53 H 2352;54 H 2075 
Financial Responsibility 75 H 5841 
Fiscal Program 55 H 2600 
Public Assistance 45 S 496 
State Mandated Costs 75 H 5841; 

79 H 5594;80 H 5865 
State Ownership of Property in 

Cities and Towns 37 H 1644 
Taxation 52 H 2323;55 H 2385; 

71 S 1281 ;71 S 1298 ;75 H 5841 

STATE MUSTER FIELD 25 S 16 

STATE OFFICE BUILDING FACILITIES 

01 S 302;11 H 2109;12 H 2335; 
38 H 1711;47 S 465;53 H 2712; 
72 H 5563;84 H 5476 
Springfield 57 H 2616;58 H 2486 

STATE OFFICES 46 H 1467 

STATE PARKS 57 S 740; 57 H 2816 

STATE POLICE (See also STATE 

GOVERNMENT - DEPARTMENTS, 
PUBLIC SAFETY) 17 H 539; 
21 H 280;65 S 1140 



STATE POSTMASTER 50 H 2123 



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STATE PRINTING 16 H 2175 ;59 H 2696 

STATE PUBLICATIONS 07 S 2 

STATE SERVICE CORPS (See COMMON- 
WEALTH SERVICE CORPS) 

STATE SONG 59 H 2517 ;66 H 3822 

STATE TAX (See TAXATION - State Tax) 

STATE TAX COMMISSION 

Assessment on Mobile Homes and 

Trailers 66 H 3031 
Income Tax Law 65 H 3441 
Inter-City Land 66 S 658 
Matters Relating to Taxation 

65 H 3647 ;65 H 3830 ;65 H 3854 
Tax Procedure in Gay Head 65 H 3442 

STATE TAX SYSTBl (See also TAXATION) 
51 H 2217 

STATE TEACHERS' COLLEGES (See 

EDUCATION - Teachers' Colleges) 

STATE UNIVERSITY (See UNIVERSITY OF 
MASSACHUSETTS) 

STATE WARDS, HIGHER EDUCATION OF 

53 H 2166 

STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS 

Architects, Engineers and Surveyors 
68 S 1050 

STEAMSHIP AND WATER TRANSPORTATION 
(See TRANSPORTATION - Water) 

STEEL MILLS 51 H 2524; 54 H 2375; 
56 H 2457;56 H 2929; A 1950 
Governor and Council Report, 
State Library Call No. Pam. 
672 M415r 

STEVEDORES, HEALTH § SAFETY OF 

59 H 2522 



STEVENSON, ADLAI E. , Address of 

Ambassador to United Nations to 
the General Court 65 H 3885 

STOCK TRANSFERS, TAXATION OF 54 H 2469 

STONEHAM 

Aberjona River Sanitation 58 H 2943 
Boulevard 29 H 149 
Sewer 26 H 217 

STONY BROOK 26 H 323 ;28 H 7 

STOUGHTON 

Glen Echo Lake 25 H 178 
Sewerage 58 S 850 

STRAITS POND 54 H 2410; 55 H 2449 

STREET RAILWAYS (See TRANSPORTATION) 

STREET STANDS 57 H 2666 

STREETS 16 H 1950 

STRIKES 13 H 2305 ;48 H 2337; 
69 H 4746 

STRUIK, PROF. DIRK 57 H 2828 

STURBRIDGE 

Alum and Lead Mine Ponds 48 H 142 

SUBDIVISION CONTROL 55 H 2480; 
75 H 5722;75 H 5378 

SUBSIDIES FROM FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 

22 S 468 

SUB-SURFACE WATER RIGHTS (See also 
GROUND WATER) 56 S 695 

SUBVERSIVES (See COMMUNISM; FASCISTS) 

SUBWAYS 

General 12 H 533;14 H 162;14 S 577 
Boylston St. Subway 13 S 534 
Boylston St. Subway Entrance 18 S 245 



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Cambridge 21 H 507 

Cambridge to Arlington 35 S 3 

Chelsea Tunnel 13 H 847 ;14 H 1406 

Crime on 80 H 5955 

Dorchester Tunnel 27 H 128 

East and West Tunnel 11 H 1852 

East Boston Tunnel 03 H 614 ;04 S 343; 

11 H 1885;21 H 1200 
Extension o£ Subway System 10 S 28; 

18 H 262 
Extension to Post Office Square 

21 H 1218 
Huntington Ave. Subway 26 H 237 
Park Square Entrance 18 S 245 
Underground Shopping 68 S 971 
Washington Street Tunnel 14 H 164; 

32 S 400 



SUTTON 

Blackstone River 66 H 3630 

SWAMP LANDS 

In Lynn 31 H 1310 
In Revere 31 H 1310 
In Saugus 31 H 1310 
In Tewksbury 55 H 2450; 56 H 2599 
In Wilmington 52 H 1962; 53 K 2206; 
55 H 2391 

SWAMPSCOTT 

Nuisances on Shore and Beaches 
49 H 2095 

SWANSEA 

Lee River 55 H 2430 



SUCCESSION AND CONTINUITY IN GOVERNMENT 

59 S 520 

SUDBURY 

Boundary with Marlborough 01 H 1241 
Recreation Area 51 H 2080 

SUDBURY RIVER 27 H 221 ;38 H 1735; 
47 H 115;50 H 2351 ;51 H 2415 

60 H 3120;63 H 3134;64 H 3208; 
65 H 3654 

SUFFOLK COUNTY (See COUNTIES) 

SUFFOLK COUNTY JAIL 41 H 1554; 54 S 622 

SUGAR PRICES 23 H 149 

SU^WER CAMPS 56 H 2700; 57 H 3315 

SUMNER TUNNEL 39 S 411 

SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT, ON STATE HOUSE 
GROUNDS 31 H 1280 

SURFACE WATER 51 H 2143; 57 S 695 

SURVEYORS, STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FOR 
MALPRACTICE 68 S 1050 



SWEDISH COLONISTS 37 H 271; 38 H 186 

SWIFT RIVER 27 H 271 ;54 H 693;47 K 1667; 
Dredging 69 H 4107 

SWIMMING 

In Adams 56 H 2600 

Pools in Metropolitan District 52 H 1955; 
53 H 2168;56 S 715;69 H 5672;75 H 5367' 

SWBWING POOLS 

Sites for Public 77 H 5347 



TANK WAGON PRICES (See FUEL OIL 
PRICES) 

TAUNTON 

Hockomock Svjamp Area 58 H 2940 

Public Beach 77 H 5346 

Route 44 57 H 3023 

Sabbatia Lake 37 H 273; 38 H 191 

TAUNTON RIVER 14 H 2138 ;16 H 608; 

16 H 2126;20 H 1115;22 H 1261; 

38 H 1735 ;39 H 2050 
Bridge Over 06 H 353 ;07 H 1063 
Public Beach 77 H 5346 



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TAX EXEMPT LAND 20 H 334;72 H 5969; 
70 S 1429 

TAX EXEMPTION 

Elderly Persons 60 H 2731 
Real Estate 63 H 3146; 72 H 5969 
Various Exemptions 65 S 792 ;65 S 793 
Veterans, World War I 65 S 791 

TAX SHELTERS 

Regulation of Dealers 77 H 5638 

TAXATION (See also COMMISSIONS ON 

TAXATION of 1937, 1948 and 1985) 

General Report, Dec. 1909 by Governor's 

Commission to Investigate Laws Re- 
lating to Taxation 07 H 1090; 

07 H 1150;08 H 1150;15 S 440; 

16 H 1700;19 H 313;28 H 490; 

37 H 1594;38 H 1703;49 H 2280; 

51 H 2217;69 H 5323;70 S 126; 

73 H 7546 
Abatement of 59 H 2565 
Abutting Property 60 H 2732 
Agricultural Land 70 H 5107 
Alcoholic Beverages 54 H 2707; 63 S 712 
Assessment Practices 69 H 5323; 

70 H 5107;73 S 1971 ;73 H 5902; 

73 H 7546; 80 H 6075 
Banks and Banking 25 H 118;25 H 233; 

54 H 2626; 75 H 5357; 87 H 5284 
Bonds, Tax Exempt 80 S 2183 
Business and Manufacturing 52 H 2114 
Business Corporation Excise 65 S 789; 

77 H 6511 ;77 H 6562 ;87 H 5263 
Business Equipment 65 H 3297 
Cigarette 51 H 2880; 54 H 2707; 

80 S 2215 
Classification Systems 69 H 5323 
Commercial Tax Preparers 72 S 1494 
Commuter Railroad Relief 61 S 535 
Competitiveness of State System 

87 H 5148 
Constitutional Limitations of Taxing 

Power 38 H 1703; 69 H 5323; 70 S 126; 

75 H 5841 ;78 H 5850 
Corporations 18 S 28;19 S 313;31 H 200; 

51 H 2611 ;77 H 6511 ;77 H 6562; 

87 H 5263;87 H 5283 
Dividends 59 H 2739 



Equalization on Valuations and Reappor- 
tionment 62 H 3303 
Excises 70 S 126;76 S 1680;77 H 6511; 

77 H 6562;78 H 5850;87 H 5263 
Exemption of Certain Trust Funds 

63 S 637 
Farm 55 H 2390;66 H 3769;70 S 5107 
Forest Lands 14 S 426; 66 H 3769; 

78 H 5850 

Highway Use Tax 65 5 787 
Household Goods 51 H 2153 
Income 

General 16 H 1700;16 H 2118;18 S 28; 
18 H 262;21 H 200;38 H 1709; 
51 H 2279;76 S 1680 

Corporations 61 S 512 

Deductions Simplified 60 H 2737 

Graduated 52 H 2436 ;67 S 1199 

Joint Returns 54 H 2865 

Limits on Power to Tax 70 S 126 

Non-Residents 55 H 2400 

Personal 86 H 6386 ;86 H 6443 
Inheritance 30 H 11; 38 H 1709; 55 H 2780; 

56 H 2724;58 S 695;59 H 2585 
Insurance Industry 87 H 5785 
Intangible Property 36 H 143 ;37 H 1594 
Inter-City Land 66 S 658 
Land Value 80 H 6075 
Laws 12 S 440;15 S 440;16 H 1700; 

16 H 2133;32 H 1160 
Limit 20 S 342 
Limit on Federal 80 H 6743 
Local 13 H 1803; 28 H 490; 29 H 1075; 

30 H 900;62 H 3303;75 H 5360 
Local Budgetary Stress 87 H 5147 
Local Option 87 H 5233 
Master Tax Plan 70 S 126 

Interim Revenue Program 71 S 1299; 
71 S 1300 

Public Expenditures and Revenue Needs 
71 S 1486 

Revenue Structure 71 S 1281 

State Economy and Growth Potential 
71 S 1315 

Tentative Proposals 71 S 1298 
Meals 53 H 2500 
Mobile Homes 66 H 3061 
Motor Vehicle Excise Tax 58 S 645; 

59 H 2585 
Natural Resources 78 H 5850 
Open Space Land 66 H 3769 



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Personal Property 70 S 126; 

87 H 5317 
Poll Tax 01 H 1270 
Railroads 41 H 2150;43 H 1280; 

45 H 1550;61 S S35;70 S 1429 
Real Estate 37 H 1594; 38 H 1703; 

38 H 1709; 45 H 1800; 49 S 605; 

62 H 3303;87 H 5149;87 H 5317 

Classification of 69 H 5323 

Effect of State Mandates 
79 H 5594; 80 H 5865 

Exemption for Elderly Persons 
63 H 3146 

Exemptions for Railroad Rights of 
Way 70 S 1429 

Historical Development 69 H 5323 

Limits on Power to Tax 70 S 126 

Reform 87 H 5317 

Site Value 80 H 6075 

Voter i^proval 79 H 5576 
Reform 86 H 6500 
Revenue Caps 86 H 6545 
Sales 37 H 1594;38 H 1702;54 H 2986; 

55 H 2400; 76 S 1680; 86 H 6500; 

87 H 5146 

Governor's 1965 Proposals: H 3354; 
H 4235 ;H 4265 ;H 4353 ;H 4397; 
H 4450 

House Ways and Means Report 
65 H 4213 
Securities, Exempt 80 S 2183 
Severance 78 H 5850 
Signs 15 H 1637 
Stabilization (Rainy Day) Fund 

86 H 6545 
State and County 28 H 490; 29 H 1075; 

30 H 900;31 H 200;32 H 1160; 

59 H 2833 
State and Local 

Limits 80 H 6743 ;86 H 6545 
State Tax 12 H 2358;43 H 1509 
Stock Transfers 54 H 2469 
Tangible Property 36 H 2469 
Trailer Coaches 52 H 2545; 66 H 3061 
Trusts, Business 59 H 2565 
Trusts, Charitable 63 H 3291 
Unitary Taxation 87 H 5283 
User Fees 83 H 6120 

TAXES, LOSS OF, BY CITIES AND TOWNS 
(See CITIES AND TOWNS - Reim- 
bursement of) 



TAXES, MISTAKEN PAYMENT OF 20 S 323 

TEACHERS' COLLEGES (See EDUCATION - 
Normal Schools) 

TEACHERS, C(M1UNISM 55 H 2707; 55 H 2986 
Reduction in Force 81 H 6734 

TECHNICIANS 

Medical Laboratory 55 H 2403 
Radiologic 75 H 6190 

TEETH, DECAY OF (See FLOURIDATION) 

TELEPHONES 

General 15 H 1856 

Meters for 52 H 1960 

Service 27 S 74 

TELEVISION, CABLE (CATV) (See COM- 
MUNITY ANTENNA TELEVISION) 

TELEVISION, EDUCATIONAL 53 S 513; 
53 S 740; 54 S 820; 55 S 810 

TEN MILE RIVER 38 H 1735 

TENEMENTS (See RENTED DWELLINGS) 

TERCENTENARY (See MASSACHUSETTS BAY 
COLONY TERCENTENARY) 

TERMINAL FACILITIES 16 S 401 

TEWKSBURY 55 H 2450; 56 H 2599 

TEXTILE INDUSTRY (See also INDUSTRY) 
39 H 2045;39 H 2495;55 S 610 

THOMPSON CHEMICAL CO. 65 H 3912 

THOMSON POND 52 H 1948 

TICKET AGENCIES 50 H 2226 

TIDELANDS 59 H 2627 

TIDEWATERS, BOUNDARIES 32 H 1230 

TOBIN, GOVERNOR MAURICE J. 55 H 2366 

TOLL BRIDGES (See BRIDGES) 



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TOLL HIGHWAYS (See HIGHWAYS) 

TOURIST INDUSTRY (See VACATION 
BUSINESS) 

TOURIST ROUTES (See also BAY CIRCUIT) 

54 H 2375;55 H 2490 

TOWING TRUaS, OPERATION OF, BY GARAGES 

55 H 2419 

TOWN RIVER 27 S 5 

TOWNS (See also CITIES AND TOWNS) 
Codification o£ Laws Relating to 

18 S 426;20 S 2 
Federal Assistance 69 S 1260 
Form of Government in Large Towns 

71 H 5302 
Group Insurance for Employees 56 S 570 
Laws Relating to 18 S 426; 20 S 2; 

32 H 26 
Limits on Taxation and Spending 

80 H 6743 
Minimum Standards for Incorporation 

70 H 5453 
New Towns 70 H 6192 
Planning and Zoning 32 H 41; 47 H 1748; 

62 H 3657;68 S 1133 
Representative Town Meeting System 

31 S 10;; 71 H 5302 
Town Meetings in Regional Schools 

62 H 3687 
Voluntary Merger Procedures 70 H 5453 

TRADE, PROMOTION OF 55 S 610 

TRADING STAMPS 64 S 912 

TRAFFIC PATTERNS 

Greater Lowell Area 67 H 4678 
Hazardous Traffic Route 93 86 H 5395 

TRAFFIC RULES 28 H 303 

TRAILER COACHES (See also MOBILE 
HO^ES) 
Control of on Highways 35 H 2306 
Mobile Homes Commission 64 H 3491 
Registration of 57 H 2655 
Taxation of 52 H 2545 ;66 H 3061 



TRAIN, RUSSELL E. 

Address Before House of Representa- 
tives, May 28, 1975 75 H 6192 

TRAMWAY SAFETY 64 S 623 

TRANSPORTATION 

Boston Elevated Railway 

General 17 H 344; 24 H 1340 ;Dec. 
1926 unnumbered report; 29 H 153; 

33 H 8;34 H 1260 

Crime on Public Systems 80 H 5955 
Dorchester 21 H 1262 ;22 H 802 
Facilities to East Boston, Chelsea, 

Winthrop, Revere 43 H 146 
Fair Market Value of 39 H 2133 
Finance 17 H 1878 ;25 H 121; 

25 H 1180 

Five Cent Fare 21 H 1563 
Guard Rails 19 H 1295 
Metropolitan Planning 26 H 437; 

26 H 501;28 H 6;28 H 400;29 H 965; 

34 H 1260;41 H 2150 
Removal of Elevated Structure 

35 H 300;38 H 1775;32 S 400 
Routes 33 H 8 

Service from Forest Hills to Dedham 

and West Roxbury 35 H 219 
Service from Hyde Park to Forest 

Hills 36 H 141 
Service from Lechmere Square to 

Davis Square 32 H 43; 39 H 2494 
Service from Mattapan to Forest 

Hills 36 H 140;37 H 252 
Service from Sullivan Square to 

Medford Square 37 H 329 
Tunnels (See SUBWAYS) 
Boston Metropolitan Region 64 S 806; 

64 S 820 (Gov.Message) 
Bus (See Motor Vehicles below) 
Facilities in Western Massachusetts 

13 S 300 
Federal Aid Programs 74 H 5996 
In Commonwealth 15 S 410; 22 S 287; 
55 S 569;62 H 3400 ;64 S 806; 
64 S 820 (Gov.Message); 74 S 1698; 
74 H 5996 
In Metropolitan District 15 H 2039; 

58 S 585;59 S 463 
MBTA (See also MTA) 

Attorney's Fee - LRV Settlement 
80 H 6227 



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Commuter Railroad Service 69 S 1252; 

69 S 1270;69 H 5671 ;74 H 5996 
Extension o£ Facilities 

General 70 H 4892 

Airport - Boston 70 H 4892 
Feasibility o£ Hydrofoil Services 

67 S 1003 
Finances and Operation 70 H 4892; 

70 H 5454;71 H 4937;71 H 5579; 

71 H 5580;74 H 5996 

High Speed Transit, Airport - 

Dovmtown Boston 70 H 4996 
Local Service 70 H 5454; 74 H 5996 
Master Plan 70 H 4892 
Reduced Rates for Elderly 66 S 711 
NfTA (See also MASSACHUSETTS BAY TRANS- 
PORTATION AUTODRITY) 
Extension of Facilities 

General 50 H 2595 ;58 S 585 ;58 S 670; 
58 S 735 ;59 S 463 ;62 H 3400; 
64 S 806 ;64 S 820 (Gov.Message) 
Boston to Dedham 64 H 3331 
Cambridge to Arlington 55 H 2321 
Dudley to Forest Hills 49 H 2038 
Prudential Center 59 H 2690 
Quincy to Braintree 48 H 2302 
Revere 64 H 3330 
To Rt. 128 in Reading 62 H 3816 
History of - Unnumbered 1945 Report 
of Special Legislative Commission 
on Rapid Transit, State Library 
Call No. F 388. 4M3 M59r;47 H 114; 
47 H 1488;47 H 2000;48 H 2302; 
58 S 585 
Operational Experiments 63 H 3290 
Reimbursement, Pupils' Fares 62 H 3939 
Removal of Elevated Structure 58 S 670 
Zone Fares 61 S 520 
Motor Vehicles (See also Local Transit 
Companies) 
School Bus Safety Equipment 86 H 5978; 

86 H 5363 
Persons 27 H 179;31 H 201 ;55 H 2452 
Property 32 S 45;38 S 99;43 H 1521; 
51 H 2610;55 H 2452 
Railroads (See RAILROADS - Massa- 
chusetts Facilities) 
Regional Transit Authorities 74 H 5996 
Street Railways 03 H 1248; 1905 Report 
of Joint Special Committee on Street 
Railways: 14 H 168; 14 S 448; 14 S 474; 



15 S 410;15 H 1636;18 S 300;19 H 1431; 
21 S 449; 21 H 1495; Nov. 15, 1919 
Report of Street Railway Commission 
Subways (See SUBWAYS) 
Trucks (See Motor Vehicles above) 
Urban Mass Transportation 74 H 5996 
Water 

Connecticut River 47 H 1730 
Hydrofoil 67 S 1003 
Port of Boston 68 H 4852 

To Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket 
48 H 1723;48 H 2222;48 H 2270; 
48 H 2280;48 H 2360;49 H 2050; 
50 S 485;54 S 750;58 H 2652; 
59 H 2535 

TRAP POND 43 H 144 

TRAWLING AND DRAGGING 54 H 2335 

For List of Laws Relating to Trawling 
and Dragging from 1870 to 1932 see 
Appendices E and F of 32 H 1230 

TRUCKS (See also TRANSPORTATION - 
Motor Vehicles) 
Gross Weight 60 H 2880; 74 H 6164; 

75 H 5350;75 H 6584 
Terminals for 49 H 2425 
Towing Trucks 55 H 2419 
Truck Transportation 55 H 2452 

TRURO 

Pamet Harbor 50 H 2237 

TRUST COMPANIES, LAWS RELATING TO 

04 S 41; 22 S 504 ;33 H 1184 

TRUST FUNDS, HEALTH AND WELFARE 

56 S 458;56 S 826;57 S 675; 

57 S 690; 58 S 845 

TRUSTEES 

Banks as 46 S 520 

Salvage Operations of 43 S 488 

TRUSTS (See BUSINESS TRUSTS) 

TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITALS (See also 
COUNTIES) 16 H 6; 16 H 1758; 
43 H 1483;58 H 2966 

TUBERCULOSIS IN CATTLE 21 S 69; 32 H 217 



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lUBERCULOSIS PATIENTS 

Care and Treatment of in County 

Hospitals 13 H 1950 ;14 H 2113; 

16 H 6;16 H 1758;23 H 1200; 

33 H 154 ;43 H 1483 ;58 H 2966 
Compulsory Hospital Confinement of 

56 S 690 
Municipal Hospitals 16 H 702; 23 H 1200 
Non-Pulmonary 23 H 1102 
Reimbursement for Care of 16 H 702 
Spread of Tuberculosis 14 H 2113 

TURNPIKE AUTHORITY 50 H 2323; 65 S 1080 

TYNGSBOROUGH 

Use of Dams in 39 H 1986 

TYRINGHAM 

Goose Pond 57 H 2044 

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UMANA, SEN. MARIO, STATEMENT RE EXTENSION 
OF RUNWAYS AT LOGAN AIRPORT 

65 S 1122 

UNDERGROUND SHOPPING COMPLEXES 68 S 971 

UNDERGROUND WATER (See GROUND WATER; 
SUBSURFACE WATER) 

UNDERGROUND WIRES 56 H 3033 

UNDERPASSES, CAMBRIDGE END OF LONGFELLOW 
BRIDGE 55 H 2433 

UNBIPLOYMENT 08 H 1176;23 H 1325; 

31 H 1298;32 H 1100;33 H 1200; 
34 H 1301 ;41 S 620;75 S 2050 

UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION COMMISSION 

39 H 600 

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE (See INSURANCE 
- Unemployment) 

UNETHICAL BUSINESS PRACTICES 61 H 3060; 
75 H 5533 

UNIFICATION OF SERVICE OF STATE DEPART- 
MENTS 48 S 430 



UNIFORM ARBITRATION ACT 57 H 2692 

UNIFORM BUILDING CODE 17 S 372 ;60 S 461 

UNIFORM C(MffiRCIAL CODE 54 H 2400; 
55 H 2417;56 H 2672 
Mass. Annotations to Proposed 
58 H 2564;58 H 3175;59 H 2828 

UNIFORM DEMOLITION CODE 60 S 461 

UNIFORM LIMITED PARTNERSHIP ACT 

77 H 5638 

UNIFORM MOTOR VEHICLE CODE 52 H 1950 
UNIFORM SANITARY CODE 57 H 2833 

UNIFORM SENTENCING PROCEDURE 

79 H 5593 

UNIFORM TRAFFIC RULES 28 H 303 

UNIFORMS FOR EMPLOYEES IN STATE AND 
COUNTY PENAL INSTITUTIONS 

47 S 70 

UNION TRUCK TERMINALS 49 H 2425 

UNIT PRICING LAW 75 H 6636 

UNITARY TAXATION 87 H 5283 

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION 12 H 1647; 
15 H 6636 

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION 12 H 1647; 

15 H 485;38 H 1612;62 S 566; 
72 H 5006 

UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS (See also 
EDUCATION - Dental and Medical) 
General 15 H 485;46 H 1619;62 K 3350 
Restaurant and Hotel Management Program 

67 H 5143 
Salaries and Benefits of 61 S 550 
Trustees 49 H 2356 



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UPPER MILL POND 49 H 2029 
UPTON 34 H 163 

URANIUM DEPOSITS IN MASSACHUSETTS 

57 S 660 

URBAN REHABILITATION 

"CARD" Districts 82 H 5829 
Problems and Programs 69 S 1540; 
74 S 1715 

URBAN RENEWAL PROJECTS 60 H 2961 ; 
61 S 465;69 S 1540 
Administrative Costs 63 S 710 
Consultant Fees 63 S 710 
Delays after Clearance 63 S 710 
Displaced Persons 62 H 3495 
Involvement of Hospitals and Educa- 
tional Institutions 63 S 729 

USER FEES AND CHARGES 83 H 6120 

UTILITIES (See PUBLIC UTILITIES) 

UXBRIDGE 

Blackstone River 66 H 3630 



VACATION BUSINESS IN MASSACHUSETTS 

57 S 740:67 H 5143;74 H 5557; 
75 H 5375 

VACCINATION 14 H 2575 

VACCINE LYMPH 02 H 1522 ;03 H 111 

VAGRANTS 14 H 480 

VANDALISM 

Public Property 76 H 4951 
Public Transportation 80 H 5955 

VARIABLE ANNUITY 58 S 556; 58 S 815; 
59 S 720 

VAUGHN POND 59 H 2608 

VEGETATION 

Effects of De-Icing Salts on Roadside 
65 S 2;73 S 1485 



VETERANS 

Benefits for 51 H 2000; 57 S 670; 

69 H 4591 
Burial of 50 S 490; 66 H 3462 
Civil Service Rights 51 H 2125 
Civil War 06 S 366 ;12 S 491 ;29 H 191 
Employment of 48 H 1830 
Employment of Amputee and V/heelchair 

Veterans 53 H 2265 
Hospital Facilities for 25 H 573; 

48 H 1740;49 S 575;57 S 670 
Housing for 34 H 230; 46 H 140; 

46 H 2088;47 H 2304;48 H 1740; 

48 K 1977;49 H 2042;49 S 575 
Korean 53 H 2230 
Laws Relating to 41 S 625; 56 S 510; 

64 H 3698 
Mental Hospitals 57 S 670 
Preference 26 S 279; 67 H 5100 
Rehabilitation of 20 H 1224;21 H 506; 

45 H 1710;47 H 1789 
Rents Paid in Public Housing 50 H 2229; 

54 H 2950 
Retirement 48 H 1698 
Sale of Alcoholic Beverages by 

48 H 2406;49 H 2265 
Tax Exemptions 65 S 791 
Unused State-Owned Lands for Veterans' 

Housing 49 H 2042 
Vietnam 69 H 4591 ;83 S 1824 

VIETNAM 

Referendum on War Policy 70 S 1527 

VIVISECTION (See MEDICAL EXPERIMENTS 
ON ANIMALS) 

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (See EDUCATION - 
Vocational) 

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION (See 
REHABILITATION) 

VOLUNTARY ASSOCIATIONS 12 H 1646; 
13 H 1788 

VOLUNTARY ASSOCIATIONS ORGANIZED OR 
DOING BUSINESS UNDER WRITTEN 
INSTRUMENTS OR DECLARATIONS OF 
TRUSTS (See BUSINESS IRUSTS) 



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VOLUNTEER ARMY 74 S 1480 

VOTERS 

Absent 16 H 430;19 H 554;66 S 790; 

79 H 6871 
Identification and Registration of 

38 H 1600; 73 H 5970; 78 H 5759 
Lower Voting Ages 68 S 997 
Mentally 111 75 H 5360 
Participation in Elections 70 H 4994 
Paupers 67 S 1103 
Prisoners 75 H 5360 
Residence Requirements 66 S 823 

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WACHUSETT 

Dam 32 S 7;33 S 6 
Reservoir 32 H 402 
State Forest 37 H 272 
Watershed 54 S 595 

WAGE FUND, UNCLAIMED 51 H 2186 

WAGES (See also LABOR - Minimum Wages 
and Hours) 
On Public Works 33 S 300 
Overtime 59 H 2666 

WAKEFIELD 

Boulevard from Stoneham 29 H 149 
Grade Crossing 51 S 534 
Quannapowitt Lake 37 H 211 ;53 H 515 
Sewer 26 H 217; 58 S 850 
Vocational School 72 H 6366 

WALES 

Lake George and Wales Pond 33 H 179 

WALKER POND 49 H 2029 

WALPOLE 

Sewerage 58 S 850 

WALSH, GOVERNOR DAVID I., MEMORIAL TO 

50 H 2089 

WALTHAM 

Bridge at Purgatory Cove 32 S 9 

Cat Rock State Reservation 57 H 2816 

Charles River 32 H 158 



Hardy Pond 37 H 230; 38 H 263 
Highway from Wellesley 34 H 176 
Sewerage 58 S 850 
Water Supply 59 S 685 

WAMPANOAG "miBE 39 S 52 

WAR EMERGENCY POWERS 45 H 2025 

WARD COMMISSION REPORTS 79 K 5597; 
79 H 5629; 81 H 6300 

WARE RIVER 32 H 402;45 H 693;47 H 1667; 
48 H 147; 63 S 638; 64 S 567 

WAREHAM 

Blackmore Pond 63 H 3136 
Boundary with Carver 01 H 1240 

WAREHAM RIVER 15 H 1850 

WARREN PLAN ON THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC 
BEVERAGES 33 H 1300; 33 S 494 

WARWICK 

Establishment of State Park in 
16 H 1170 

WASTE DISPOSAL 68 H 4886 

Hazardous Waste Facilities 80 H 6756; 

82 H 5831 
Liability for Release of Hazardous Waste 

85 H 6600 
Low-Level Radioactive Waste 86 H 5000 

WATER DISTRICTS (See also WATER 
SUPPLIES - Areas) 
Central Plymouth County 66 S 741; 

66 S 847 
Formation of 68 H 4015 
Metropolitan 50 H 2595; 72 S 1216; 

79 H 5596 
Southeastern Massachusetts 54 S 650 

WATER MAINS, BRISTOL AND PLYMOUTH 
COUNTIES 55 S 860 

WATER MANAG^IENT 83 S 1826 



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WATER POLLUTION (See also WATER 

SUPPLIES) 65 S 1200; 66 S 930; 
66 S 1001 ;66 H 4006;70 H 5543 
Hydropower Licensing 79 H 5592; 
79 H 5596 

WATER RESOURCES (See WATER SUPPLIES) 

WATER RIGHTS 57 S 695; 66 S 930; 
83 S 1826 

WATER SUPPLIES 

General 02 S 14;10 H 146; 12 H 1695; 
13 H 1823;14 H 1063;14 H 2163; 
15 H 279;15 H 1725 ;16 H 431; 
18 H 537;18 S 289;19 S 298; 
21 H 5;22 H 1320;22 H 1550; 
24 H 1724;37 H 295;38 H 1735; 
48 H 1765;49 S 600;50 S 570; 
57 S 665;57 S 695;57 S 740; 
59 H 2791; 66 S 930; 67 S 1095; 
70 H 4889;73 S 1485;75 S 1784; 
83 S 1826 
Ar63.s 

Amherst 75 S 1784 

Aubum 73 S 1485 

Berkshire County 66 S 374; 67 H 5170; 

68 H 4126 
Braintree, Holbrook, Randolph and 

Weymouth 66 S 661 ;67 S 1177 
Burlington 73 S 1485 
Central Plymouth County 66 S 741; 

66 S 847 
Concord, Sudbury and Assabet River 

Valley 63 H 31 34; 64 H 3208; 

65 H 3654 
Connecticut, Chicopee, Swift, Ware, 

Quaboag and Millers River Valley 

32 H 402 ;45 H 693 ;47 H 1667 
Connecticut River Valley 70 H 5543 
Essex County 13 H 2200;27 H 211; 

28 H 301; 28 H 302 
Goshen 73 S 1485 
Hadley 75 S 1784 
Ipswich River Basin 65 H 4100 
Merrimack River Valley 28 H 302; 

38 S 100; 66 S 930 
Metropolitan (See also METROPOLITAN 

DISTOICr AREAS) 27 H 221 ;28 H 74; 

50 H 2595;59 S 595;70 H 5543; 

72 S 1216;79 H 5596 



Middlesex County 27 H 211 ;28 H 302 

Pittsfield 81 H 7230 

Plum Island 58 H 3123; 59 H 2469; 

60 H 2714 
Plymouth, Bristol and Norfolk 

Counties 65 H 3774; 65 H 4049 
Southeastern Massachusetts 54 S 650; 

56 S 472;57 S 680 
University of Massachusetts 

Amherst 75 S 1784 
'iVest Springfield and Southwick 

68 H 4029 
Westfield River Valley 63 S 643; 

65 S 937 
Weston 73 S 1485 
Conservation of 79 H 5596; 80 H 5869; 

81 H 6301 ;83 S 1826 
Flouridation of 54 H 2300; 68 H 3902 
Ground 51 H 2143;55 S 620;57 S 540; 
57 S 695;66 S 930;67 S 1177; 
68 H 4029;79 H 5596;83 S 1826 
Industrial Use of 66 S 930 
Inland Wetlands 67 S 1273 
Lead in Drinking Water 87 H 4814 
Pollution of (See also SEWERAGE) 
General 02 S 336; 16 H 431; 37 S 50; 
38 H 1735 ;48 H 1165 ;57 S 665; 
59 H 2490; 66 H 4006; 70 H 4889; 
73 S 1485; 79 H 5596; 80 H 5869; 
81 H 6301 
Aberjona River 57 H 3314; 58 H 2943 
Acushnet River 21 H 1204 
Blackstone, Hoosic and Nashua Rivers 

37 S 50;20 H 1246 
Charles River 12 H 678 ;13 H 1968; 

20 H 1240; 39 H 1961 
Deerfield River 75 H 5369 
Ell Pond 73 H 5898 
Laws 64 S 928 
Lee River 55 H 2430 
Metropolitan District 38 H 262 
Mystic Lake 20 H 1216; 58 H 2943 
Neponset River 58 H 3123; 59 H 2469 
Taunton River 20 H 1115 
Ware River 32 H 402 
Westfield River 39 H 2050 
Recreational Use 70 H 4889 
Saline Conversion 66 S 930 



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WATER SUPPLY 

Special Commission Relative to Deter- 
mining the Adequacy o£...in the 
Commonwealth. Reports: 79 H 5596; 
80 H 5869;81 H 6301 ;83 S 1826 

WATER TRANSPORTATION (See TRANSPORTA- 
TION - Water) 

WATERTOWN 

Armory 39 H 111 
Charles River 32 H 158 
Sewerage 58 S 850 

WATERWAYS 

Contiguous to Great Ponds 68 S 905 
Improvements 58 S 560 ;59 H 2676; 
59 H 2689; 60 H 2900; 65 H 4389 
Inland 48 H 1765 
Pollution o£ 66 S 1001 
Saugus 52 H 1953 
Taunton -Brockton 16 H 608;16 H 2126 

WEAPONS 57 H 3075 

WEBSTER 

Armory 41 H 2262 

WEBSTER REPORT 22 H 800 

WEED CONTROL 

In Great Ponds 55 S 551 ;60 H 2725; 

63 H 3351; 70 H 4888 
In Quannapowitt Lake 53 S 515 

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 15 H 1661; 
22 H 1021 
Metric Conversion 73 H 7608 
Motor Vehicles 74 H 6164 ;75 H 5350; 
75 H 6584 

WELFARE (See also OLD AGE ASSISTANCE; 

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE: PUBLIC WELFARE) 
California "Workfare" System 75 K 5309; 

75 H 5361 
Housing 70 H 4893 



Investigation o£ Massachusetts Program 
71 H 5850;73 H 5679;74 H 5309 

Operation and Management in Greater 
Springfield 71 H 4950 

WELFARE APPLICANTS 60 H 2819 

WELLESLEY 34 H 165 ;58 S 850 
Lake Waban 59 H 2608 

WELLFLEET 15 H 1850 

WENHAM LAKE 13 H 2200 

WENHAM POND 59 H 2608 

WESSEL REPORTS 55 S 750; 56 H 3199 

WEST BRIDGEWATER 

Hockomock Swamp Area 58 H 2940 

WEST CHATHAM 

White Pond 39 H 108 

WEST ROXBURY DISTRICT 

Parkways 16 H 1701 ;25 H 112 
Recreational Facilities 53 H 2169 

WEST SPRINGFIELD 

Robinson State Park 58 H 2940 
Water Supply 68 H 4029 

WESTFIELD 

Armory 31 H 3 
Buck Pond 58 H 2483 
Detention Center 72 H 6365 
Horse Pond 58 H 2484 
Pequot Pond 58 H 2481 

WESTFIELD RIVER 

Pollution of 39 H 2050 
Westfield River Valley 63 S 643; 
65 S 937 

WESTFORD 

Forge Pond 59 H 2608 



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WESTMINSTER 

Route 2 By-pass 77 H 5350 
State Highway 34 S 2 
Water Supply for Gardner Estate 
53 S 519 

WESTON 

Cat Rock State Reservation 57 H 2816 
Charles River 32 H 158 
Water Supply 73 S 1485 

WESTON, ARTHUR D. , REPORT IN 38 H 262 

WESTPORT 33 H 3;36 H 166;37 H 248; 
38 H 188;70 K 4886 
South Viatuppa Pond 70 H 4888 

WESTOOOD 

Sewerage 57 S 775 

WETLANDS 18 H 546;19 H 234;67 S 1273; 
Coastal 63 S 635 ;64 S 855 ;65 S 887 
Hockomock Swamp Area 58 H 2940 
Inland 67 S 1273 
Neponset River Valley 64 H 3567 

WEYMOUTH 

Highways 29 H 211 ;43 H 1272 
Parks 15 H 237 
Sewerage 58 S 850 
Smelt Brook 57 H 3023 
V/hitman's Pond 49 H 2027 

WEYMOUTH FORE RIVER BRIDGE 33 S 4; 

33 S 42;31 H 302 

WEYMOUTH GREAT POND 15 H 236 

WHARFAGE CHARGES 27 S 6;68 H 4852 

WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC 14 H 2281 

WHITMAN'S POND 49 H 2027 

WHITTEN, ROBERT, REPORT Appendix D in 
33 H 1240 



WILBRAHAM 22 H 801 

Highway to Palmer 22 H 801 
Mill River 70 H 4995 
Nine-Mile Pond 53 H 389 

WILDLIFE 

Inland Wetlands Habitat 67 S 1273 
Management 65 S 1200; 74 S 1668 

WILDLIFE SANCTUARIES 31 H 2; 65 S 1200 

WILLIAMS, FRANK B. , FORMS FOR COMMUNITY 
PLANNING LEGISLATION Appendix D in 
33 H 1240 

WILLIAMSBURG 

Conservation and Recreation 58 H 2940 

WILLIAMSTOWN 

Highways in 20 H 600 

WILLIS REPORT 65 H 3300;65 H 3301; 
65 H 4300 

WILMINGTON 

Aberjona River Pollution 58 H 2943 

Sewage 54 H 2250 

Silver Lake 59 H 2608 

Swamp Lands 52 H 1962; 53 H 2206; 

55 H 2391 
Water Supply 55 H 2391 

WILSON, MELVIN, JR. , REPORT ON 

52 H 2456 

WINCHESTER 

Highway in 16 H 1646 
Mystic Lake 19 H 238 ;57 H 2943 
Public Golf Course 41 H 119 
Sewerage 58 S 850 

WINmROP 

Breakwater 31 S 5; 32 S 41 
Harbor 58 H 2647 
Rapid Transit 53 H 146 
Sewerage 58 S 850 



WIDOWED MOTHERS 13 H 2075 



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WIRETAPPING 57 H 3133; 65 S 1198; 
67 S 1469;68 S 1132 

WOBURN 

Aberjona River 58 H 2943 
Parkway 16 H 1646; 37 H 231 
Sewerage 58 S 850 
Water Supply 13 H 2200 

WOMEN 

Equal Rights 72 S 1537 

Effect of State Constitutional 
Amendment on Statutes 76 S 1689; 
77 S 1500 
Status of 67 S 1024 
Wage Discrimination 85 K 5661; 87 H 5900 

WOMEN AND CHILDREN, HOURS OF LABOR 
(See LABOR) 

WOOD ISLAND PARK, BOULEVARDS TO 

29 H 81 

WOODS HOLE (See also MARTHA'S VINEYARD: 
NANTUCKET TRANSPORTATION FROM) 

48 H 1723;48 H 2270 

WOODTICKS, ERADICATION AND CONTROL OF 

49 H 2154; 51 H 2131 

WORCESTER (See also QUINSIGAMOND LAKE) 
Armory 31 S 8 
Grade Crossing 33 H 153 
House of Correction 11 S 471 
Industrial Waste Disposal 67 H 1956; 

69 H 2937 
Normal School 29 H 85;31 H 1636 
Recreational Facilities 55 H 2140; 

57 H 2651 
Sewage 67 H 1956; 69 H 2937 
State Hospital 65 S 1244 
State Office Building 58 H 2486 
Water Supply 20 S 346; 26 H 900; 

32 H 402 



WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION 66 S 860 

For Injured Civil Defense Volunteers 

58 H 3006 
Regulating Insurers Authorized to Write 

64 H 3623 
Report of Governor's Commission on Com- 
pensation for Industrial Accidents 
11 H 300; 12 H 346 and unnumbered 
report of July 1, 1912; 17 S 370; 
19 S 334; 27 H 999 ;47 H 1803; 
48 S 427;49 S 580;54 S 760 

WORLD TRADE CENTER 55 S 610; 57 H 3009 

WORLD WAR I 

Chaplains 22 H 1760 

History of 26 H 216 ;27 H 127; 

28 H 278 
Medal of Honor Winners 29 K 86 

WORLD WAR II 

Food, Fuel and Other Commodities 

45 S 599 
Interstate War Legislation 43 H 1357 
Medal of Honor Winners 53 H 2162 
War Emergency Powers 45 H 2025 

WORLD'S FAIR (See NEW YORK WORLD'S 
FAIR) 

WORONOAKE LAKE 58 H 2482 

WRESTLING (See also BOXING) 
31 H 290; 31 H 1375 

WRONGFUL DEATH 43 S 430 

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YARMOUTH 

Boundary 22 H 1227 

YOUTH, ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON SERVICE TO 

58 H 2648 ;59 H 2705 ;62 H 3390 



WORCESTER COUNTY (See COUNTIES) 



YOUTH COMMISSION, REPORT OF 54 H 2820 



YOUTH SERVICES 60 H 2755; 67 S 1310; 
74 H 6024 

YOUTH STUDIES, EDUCATION AND BffLOYMENT 

39 H 2073; 41 S 620 

YOUTHFUL OFFENDERS 58 H 2540; 59 H 2790; 
60 H 2718;61 H 2825;67 S 1310 
Parental Responsibility 76 H 4951 
Probation Services 73 H 6864 
Rehabilitation 80 H 5941 

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ZONE FARES 

In American Cities 61 S 520 

ZONING (See PLANNING AND ZONING) 

ZOOK REPORT 24 H 1700 

ZOOS 

Franklin Park 69 H 5400 

Management and Financing o£ 69 H 5400 

Stoneham (Middlesex Fells) 69 H 5400